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Conservancy publishes Pease Park slope failure survey

Thursday, May 28, 2020 by Tai Moses

The results of the Pease Park slope failure survey are in: Of the 137 people who responded, 95 percent said their Pease Park experience has been negatively impacted by the landslide along Shoal Creek, while 86 percent said repairing the trail should be a top priority. The landslide, which took place two years ago this month, deposited a mass of soil, rocks and debris in Shoal Creek that obstructed the flow of water and damaged the popular trail. The city’s Watershed Protection Department is currently studying the slope failure and appraising possible solutions. So the Pease Park Conservancy asked the community for feedback on the issue with the aim of turning it into “a list of findings that will ultimately be shared with those who are integral to the solution,” according to a news release from the conservancy. View the rest of the survey results.

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