Thursday, February 9, 2017
Photos from the groundbreaking ceremony for the rehab of the Monrovia Depot at Station Square.
Overlooking the depot from the parking structure.
What the future will bring.
Shovels and Hardhats.
The Monrovia Depot / Future Restaurant.
They gave away original nails from the depot as a souvenir.
Interior view of the entry doorway and tiles.
Interior view facing west.
Metro train passes by a window.
Monday, January 30, 2017
Just another day at the office.
Reinforcing the edge of a section of trail damaged by the recent rains.
Edge barrier installation complete.
Trail Crew in The Meadow section of the Ben Overturff trail.
All the recent rain is now just water under the bridge.
Sun is back out on the Mesa.
Check dams doing their job of slowing down the flow of water.
There hasn't been a complete flow of water snaking through here in a long time.
Lots of water at the waterfall.
A section of the 1/4 mile trail became its own little stream.
Monday, January 2, 2017
Saturday, November 26, 2016
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Saturday, November 19, 2016
A few photos from the opening ceremony this morning for the Monrovia Hillside Wilderness Preserve:
The new trail goes to the left in the photo.
Temporary plaque soon to be replaced by a permanent one.
City Manager Oliver Chi
Director of Public Services Tina Cherry
Hillside Wilderness Preserve Supervisor Eugene Suk receives award.
The ribbon cutting.
Trash receptacle and drinking fountain. Located at the old fire station across from the start of the trail.
ATV's ready to take attendees on a tour of the new trail. NOTE: Personal ATV's will not be allowed on the trail. Only those used by the park rangers.
ATV returns from a trip on the new trail.
A winding section of the new trail.
One of 2 new ATV's that the park rangers will use to patrol and work in the new Preserve. Much more economical and much better suited to the terrain than the huge pickup truck.
Trail Boss Ed riding shotgun.
Saturday, October 29, 2016
A few photos from day one of the 2016 Monrovia Association of Fine Arts art show in Monrovia Library Park. The show continues tomorrow (Sunday 10/30) from 10am to 4pm with food trucks, live music, beer garden, collectible book sale in the library and a large variety of talented artists and their art.
Featured Artists: Steve and Marianne McCarthy