October 9, 2007

Experts give input on path for repair of landslide zone - San Diego Union Tribune- DrainageNews

Geological Survey Such fixes became more common as property values skyrocketed in California, said Tim McCrink, an engineering geologist for the state Geological Survey in Sacramento. San Diego city officials aren't speculating about what it will take to remedy Wednesday's landslide on Mount Soledad, but McCrink and other construction and geology experts outlined what might lie ahead. For starters, geologists are expected to take many more days – or even weeks – to assess the size and shape of the landslide on Soledad Mountain Road. Scheffler, who owns a Pomona company that specializes in landslide repairs, expressed confidence that modern technology can help piece the Mount Soledad neighborhood back together. read me

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