We would like to bring to your attention that the County has contracted with Natures Image (Healing the Environment) to eradicate Scotch Broom on Camino Cielo using Roundup. We discovered this today on our walk. We were thrilled at first to have the beautiful yellow flowers back with their wonderful scent. It has been an annual timekeeper for us. We were shocked that the eradication technique used was Roundup. We understand that Scotch Broom is a non-native and invasive. The workers said they had a contract for 14 acres. That is a lot of Roundup, to say the least! We are now exploring how best to inquire as to the decision making process that resorted to using Roundup to eradicate Scotch Broom. Any of your ideas would be appreciated. There are alternative techniques that do not involve using pesticides on sensitive environments. It is, in fact, useless to do this type of eradication so late in the year. All of the Roundup they are using will NOT accomplish the intended objective, but it will harm the environment. P.S. The green spray color is Roundup.