Construction crews broke ground next door to SPAWN headquarters in Tocaloma earlier this month in an effort to redirect Lagunitas Creek and allow overflow during heavy rains. The project, which will cost just under $5 million, will remove about 8,000 cubic yards of soil in the first phase, and then around 3,000 more at a separate site, near the temporary traffic light in Samuel P. Taylor State Park, next summer.   David Briggs