Saturday, October 30, 2010

Found Dog

The following came to the blog regarding a found dog.  Email me if you have any other information or if this is your dog and I'll connect you.

Black and white wirehair dog, "mall dog", female with blue and white leash found on Lower Canyon Crest.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Tan Lab Found

UPDATE: The dog actually escaped from the neighbor's back yard last night. However, he does now have a pretty fancy collar on, so it'll be easier for the next person to catch him. The dog is definitely a boy.

A few more identifying characteristics: the dog (now on the loose) has an injury to one of his eyes (I think the right one, but am not sure). The collar he now has on is a navy blue-and-bamboo pattern martingale silk bedazzled collar.

A tan Lab with a bad right eye was found running down Canyon Crest in the 4300 block last night at around 9:30.  Neighbors have taken the dog in.  Please let me know if you know or are the owner and I'll connect you with the neighbors.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Rambro Update

From a Meadows neighbor:

This morning, Sunday, October 17th, at 10:15 AM, Joe Clay/Rambro was up at the top of Risinghill Road in full camo gear inside his maroon van. Neighbor at the top of Risinghill immediately spotted him, got into a car and followed him. It is uncertain if he realized he was being followed, as he immediately drove out of The Meadows back towards Lincoln on Canyon Crest. Obviously, he wasn't just out for a nice Sunday drive. Please be aware of his presence in the area and don't hesitate to call Sheriff, Forest Service, and/or Bureau of Land Management.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

MFSC Update

The assessments of properties by The Meadows FireSafe Council and L.A. County Fire for the 2010 grant are almost complete.  We have a few more properties to assess.

We've assessed over 80 properties this year for fuel reduction, tree removal and trimming.

In some cases, we have the owner's permission to proceed.  Others who were not home at the time will receive the findings of the assessment in the mail.  Homeowners can decide whether to agree or not agree to the recommendations and will return the assessment to the MFSC.

It's expected that work will begin in the next two weeks and take about five weeks to complete.

The last effort for this grant will be a repeat of fuel reduction on the vacant land in the Spring.

We thank everyone for their enthusiastic participation in this year's efforts.