San Gabriel River magazine now on website

So many people have asked me for a copy of our special report: The San Gabriel: A River on the Edge” (originally published Aug. 27, 2000) that I’ve lost count. The problem was, it had sold out and there were no more hard copies to give out.

Now, we have a digitized copy for you all to see. It is on our web site. Or you can click the link and it will open up the PDF. Hint: You need to click “Full Screen” and then the (+) to zoom in on the text in order to read the stories and see the photos best. It is worth the effort!

Also, the articles are still quite relevant. Even more so. The U.S. National Park Service is considering making the San Gabriel River (and the Angeles National Forest and a large swath of the Puente Hills) a National Recreation Area (or NRA). It would come under the U.S. National Park Service. The next meeting on the topic will be 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Cal Poly Pomona. I’ll see you there.

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About Steve Scauzillo

I love journalism. I've been working in journalism for 32 years. I love communicating and now, that includes writing about environment, transportation and the foothill/Puente Hills communities of Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights, Walnut and Diamond Bar. I write a couple of columns, one on fridays in Opinion and the other, The Green Way, in the main news section. Send me ideas for stories. Or comments. I was opinion page editor for 12 years so I enjoy a good opinion now and then.

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