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Hearing Slated on Harbor Project

May 24, 1987

A public presentation of a proposal to restore a lagoon in exchange for the environmental damage a pipeline company expects to cause in San Pedro Bay is scheduled May 28 in the city of Carlsbad.

CH2M Hill, consultants for Carlsbad, will discuss the preliminary engineering design and related studies for the Batiquitos Lagoon Enhancement Project at 7 p.m. in the Carlsbad City Council Chambers, 1200 Elm Ave.

Pacific Texas Pipeline Co., which wants to build a berthing facility in Los Angeles Harbor for a proposed 1,030-mile oil pipeline to Midland, Tex., has agreed to restore about 600 acres of the Batiquitos Lagoon to offset damage its facility is expected to cause in San Pedro Bay.

The CH2M studies, undertaken to determine the technical feasibility and cost-effectiveness of the enhancement project, are being funded by the Port of Los Angeles through a reimbursement agreement with Carlsbad.

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