Aliso Creek banks in Lake Forest losing ground after storms (CA)

John Pherrin approached the western bank of Aliso Creek near his home in the Woodside neighborhood and noted the changes.  Trees and pieces of concrete had piled into the creek and slopes on both sides had eroded over the past two months, as storm after storm battered the region.  Pherrin is concerned about the environmental integrity of the creek, but said Orange County Public Works, the agency responsible for its upkeep, doesn’t seem to share his views.  “The attitude is that this is minor compared to what else (they’re) dealing with,” Pherrin, president of the Woodside Homeowners Association, said last week.     Read the article…………..


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