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John Stewart

Comments for USFS Proposed NEPA Rule Change

The comment deadline for the Forest Service's proposed revisions to its National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations is Monday, August 26, 2019. Below are the comments to the NEPA proposed rule changes submitted on behalf of Cal4Wheel.

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John Stewart

Red Rock Canyon SP General Plan Comments Due

The State Parks Planning Team is still accepting comments on the draft concepts for the Red Rock Canyon State Park General Plan Revision until Friday, April 26, 2019. Please send in your comments on the draft concepts by 11:59 p.m. PDT on April 26 via:
 
Mail

California Department of Parks and Recreation
Attn: Katie Metraux, Planning Manager
1725 23rd Street, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95816

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The meeting materials, including the information packet and comment card, are available on the planning website https://www.redrockgp.com/public-meetings.

The Planning Team will consider all comments received in developing a Preferred Concept for the General Plan Revision. The Preferred Concept will be presented in another public meeting in the fall of 2019.

Below is a copy of comment letter being submitted on behalf of California 4 Wheel Drive Associaiton:

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YOUR LETTERS ARE IMPORTANT - Letter Writing Tips and Talking Points

YOUR LETTERS ARE IMPORTANT - Letter Writing Tips and Talking Points

Some people feel that their voice is so small it won't be heard so why bother. Wrong! The "voice" not hear is the one not spoken.

Now is the time for everyone to speak their mind about access to public lands. WE (as in everyone with a vested interest in access to public lands) MUST get involved.

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Providing Comments to a Proposed Action

You, the recreationist, need to make your opinions known to the planning team about routes (roads and trails) that need to be included in record for developing the alternatives to the Proposed Action. This is the first step in a NEPA process. This is the time for the public to submit their comments. These comments will be used to develop the alternatives. One of the alternatives will be the final preferred action.

The following are the steps necessary for making your pro-access voice heard.

1. Obtain copy of the proposed action.

Determine deadline for public comment.
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