You are cordially invited to speak for three minutes.
Talk about whatever you want, but it would help if you mentioned how valuable the Hahamongna Watershed/Wetlands is.
PASADENA NEEDS TO PERMANENTLY PROTECT HAHAMONGNA and all of the upper Arroyo just like they do for buildings…only this thing is alive. This is LIFE.
From soccer fields, circus camps, science museums, bee killers, history museums, watch-dog groups, dog-watch groups, Oldsters, Hippies, Hipsters, Capitalist Pigs, landscaping ie. killing everything that is there (TOADS!), or that isn’t native… even hundred year old Italian (Nona!) trees; Hahamongna deserves to be protected by SOMEONE!
I say it’s YOU!
March right over
Pasadena City Hall
100 N. Garfield Ave.
2nd Floor Public Chamber
August 1, 2011
It’s time to suit up and show up. Council will decide on dumping sediment on Johnson Field.
Highly recommended news articles:
http://articles.latimes.com/1997/sep/23/local/me-35190 Note: This case has not been recently shepardized (by me) or updated to include the current parties. Plaintiff/Victims cannot sue the Department of Defense, see City of Pasadena video .
Aristide Maillol (1861 – 1944) was a pioneer in creating avant-garde sculptures, whose work is displayed in nearly every major museum. Here, in his 1935 life-size creation “Three Nymphs” (at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, California), he aspires to mix ancient Greek Classicism with modernistic poise, strength, and sensuality. This was a radical idea during his lifetime, since society regarded women as second class. Notice how their hands are bound together in a supportive role, in a simple gesture, and with their heads held high. The middle statue was modeled by the artist’s muse, a fifteen -year old girl (Dina Vierny) who became his lifelong inspiration, and who died in January 2009 at age 89. This bronze sculpture is displayed inside the museum’s lobby.
(photo by Thomas Holaday)
Listening to Sonate en mi bémol mineur (dédiée à C. Saint-Saëns) I. Modérément vite, a work for piano by Paul Dukas (1865 — 1935)