Re: The governor and legislature can fix this in 2024. Why won't they?
Author: FUD
Date: 02-04-2024 - 19:55

Caltrans (and OCTA) did declare an emergency, so stabilization work gets access to money and bypasses some layers of environmental studies. But short-term stabilization (i.e. cleanup and doing fairly temporary things to control the slope) is different from long-term (lasting years) stabilization; the latter usually has to be a Regular Project with all that implies (studies, involvement, competition for money with road projects, etc.). Also, while that may not be a national park, it *is* a state park, and the parks people and the Coastal Commission have a lot of say about what gets done as a longer-term (but not truly long-term which likely would be inland) solution there.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Meanwhile, more San Clemente "Freight" Coverage BOB2 02-03-2024 - 23:28
  Re: Meanwhile, more San Clemente "Freight" Coverage FUD 02-04-2024 - 10:02
  Re: Meanwhile, more San Clemente "Freight" Coverage Richter Scale Measurer 02-04-2024 - 13:55
  The governor and legislature can fix this in 2024. Why won't they? Fix it now. Tunnel later. 02-04-2024 - 19:37
  Re: The governor and legislature can fix this in 2024. Why won't they? FUD 02-04-2024 - 19:55
  I do not think the $10 million in the current emergency declaration will fix the problem Fix it now. Tunnel later. 02-04-2024 - 19:57
  Re: Meanwhile, more San Clemente "Freight" Coverage Nervous Nellie 02-04-2024 - 20:54


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