ayor Harry Schwarz and members of the city council cut the ribbon Thursday morning officially marking the completion of the Medea Creek Restoration Project. The project, the first of its kind in the city, took 430 feet of concrete channel in Medea Creek and restored it to a natural stream bed. Among the first Agoura Hills residents to enjoy the creek was a mother duck and 8 ducklings who were happily swimming in the water, oblivious to the official ceremony on the pathway and bridge above.
|City Council Cuts the Ribbon|
|Mama Duck keeps her babies close|
|Looking upstream from Chumash Park|