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St. Catherine's Way hillside Drivers asked to project, which is scheduled to last six to eight weeks, will improve slow down and use visibility for all who pass through caution in area Descanso Canyon. It will also help " improve storm water drainage in FOR THE ISLANDER the area. Personnel will be on hand to assist with traffic flow. To Starting Monday, March 13, ensure worker safety, drivers are crews with heavy equipment will asked to slow down and exercise begin removing a small section caution when travelling through of hillside off St. Catherine's Way Descanso Canyon. Your patience near Catherine's Terrace. The during this project is appreciated. i We Welcome submissions for announcements of engagements and i weddings, anniversaries, significant birthdays and otller personal i If you have pictures of your pet(s) or you with your pet(s), please e-mail them to the Catalina Islander. Include your pet's name, age and breed. Also include a phone number in case we have questions. Pet photos will be published in the Catalina Islander on a first come, first served basis. Only one picture per pet will be published. Send photos as attached jpg files by e-mail to HAMIL3 N PAClHC, ~Ylf~t mmm D(L: ':JOL :.TO:.RS All things scuba ... With Tina Kennedy Lobster season ends soon Casino dive park is report- ing 60 degrees on the surface. Visibility in the park, 40 feet. Lobster season is approaching its ending, March 22, don't for- get to mail in your spiny lobster report card to the Department of Fish and Game. Pictured above is a spiny lobster (Panulirus inter- " ruptus), photographed in the waters of California, Channel Islands National Marine Sactuary. Photo by Claire Fackler, CINMS, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration You can report your card on line. ( online-sales) Cut off date is April 30. A $21.60 non-return fee will be charged when pur- chasing a spring lobster report card if the previous year's report card is not returned by the dead- line. To avoid the fee, return the card or skip one lobster fishing season. After skipping one sea- son, you can purchase a report card the following season at no extra cost. Your card must be returned or reported even if no lobster were taken. Get in there! Lobsters can be frozen, and make,,,a great presentation with steak for your summer guests! If you have large, clear, pho- tos of local seal(re, email them to editor@thecatalinaislander. corn. 2 ! Friday, March 10, 2017 THE CATALINA ISLANDER