Commissioners Approve Tree Removal, Park Storage; Decide Not to Study China Cove Volleyball Rules

posted: October 8th, 2012 07:00 am | 0No Comments

Two diseased coral trees will be removed from Evening Canyon Road later this month following a unanimous vote at last week’s Parks, Beaches & Recreation Commission meeting.

The trees will be replaced with coral trees, city officials said.

The trees, in the 300 block of Evening Canyon, are diseased and are a liability, according to a staff report.

The commissioners also unanimously voted to allow the Irvine Terrace Community Association use part of the city’s Irvine Terrace Park for a storage unit that will hold emergency supplies. Trees likely will be planted, at the association’s expense, to shield the storage unit from public view.

The commissioners also voted 4-3 not to add to a future agenda a discussion of rules for the volleyball court at China Cove beach. The court was reinstalled in spring 2010 after the California Coastal Commission approved it; read our earlier story here.

Read our earlier stories here and here.

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