Posted Thursday, March 3 – 6:10 PM
By Laura Coleman
The California Geological Survey (CGS) gave its final approval of the seismic investigations at El Rodeo school Monday and determined that there are no active faults at the school, giving the district the green light to move forward in developing the site as part of its Measure E school building program.
In a letter addressed to former Beverly Hills Unified School District Superintendent Gary Woods on Feb. 29, CGS Engineering Geologist Brian Olsen wrote: “The conclusion that there is no active faulting at the campus appear to be supported by the data provided.”
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