Remote cameras go up at Quail Canyon

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The city of Glendale will be able to monitor Quail Canyon Debris Basin and others via remote cameras being installed.  The basins will be lit at night so that the cameras can give a better view of real-time happenings to city employees.

A video camera and powerful lights were installed at Quail Canyon Debris Basin in La Crescenta on Friday, December 4, 2009. The basin will be monitored remotely when hard rains come down during this winter season. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

 

A video camera is installed by city of Glendale communications technician Steve Fokarski at Quail Canyon Debris Basin in La Crescenta on Friday, December 4, 2009. The basin will be monitored remotely when hard rains come down during this winter season. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

 

City of Glendale assistant director of information services Scott Harmon checks that a video camera at Quail Canyon Debris Basin in La Crescenta works properly on Friday, December 4, 2009. The basin will be monitored remotely when hard rains come down during this winter season. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

 

A video camera and powerful lights were installed at Quail Canyon Debris Basin in La Crescenta on Friday, December 4, 2009. The basin will be monitored remotely when hard rains come down during this winter season. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

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Written by Raul Roa

December 4, 2009 at 3:54 pm

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