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Fairview Park restoration efforts revealed to federal and state agencies and native American group

by: Tony Dodero
Posted: February 18, 2019

 

COSTA MESA...In Costa Mesa’s effort to implement restoration and restore Fairview Park, Fairview Park Administrator, Cynthia D’Agosta spent the day on-site last Friday with representatives of the US Fish & Wildlife Service, the state Department of Fish & Wildlife, the Juaneño Band of Mission Indians - Acjachemen Nation, Endemic Environmental, DUDEK Engineering, and the Vice-Chair of Fairview Parks Steering Committee. 

The group spent the morning reviewing plans, doing site investigation, and creating options for emergency work to begin on the bluffs, the vernal pools, and to review ongoing wetland maintenance practices.

All work done at the park needs to be pre-approved by these agencies for adherence to environmental guidelines covering numerous species of special concern that make-up the park habitats, and archeological regulations to protect the site of the early Native American village at Fairview Park. Photos:CMPIO


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