Off roaders last stand for johnson valley
Please take the time to call or fax these congressional folks. If you like JV that is.
HOW TO HELP:
Monday August 6, 2012 Call:
Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) or District Director Tevor Daley Los Angeles 310-914-7300 fax 310-914-7318
Tuesday August 7, 2012 Call:
Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA 22) or District Director Vince Fong Bakersfield 661-327-3611 fax 661-637-0867
Wednesday August 8, 2012 Call:
Rep. Buck McKeon (R-CA 25) or Deputy COS Bob Haueter Santa Clarita 661-254-2111 fax 661-254-2380
Thursday August 9, 2012 Call:
Rep. Jerry Lewis (R-CA 41) or District Director Rachel Khalili Redlands 909-862-6030 fax 909-335-9155
Friday August 10, 2012 Call:
Rep. Mary Bono Mack (R-CA 45) or District Director Marc Troast Palm Desert 760-320-1076 fax 760-320-0596
Monday August 13, 2012 Call:
Rep. Ken Calvert (R-CA 44) or District Director Jolyn Murphy Corona 951-784-4300 fax 951-784-5255
Tuesday August 14, 2012 Call:
Rep. David Drier (R-CA 26) or District Director Mark Harmsen San Dimas 909-575-6226 fax 909-575-6266
The next month could be the most important 30 days in the last three years of this fight. Please help us activate every OHV enthusiast in the United States with this message.
We need every off-roader to participate in a targeted outreach. One phone call or fax a day is all we ask. Talking points can be found below. Contact name is underlined. Congress is on recess this week, they should be in the District Office. Every off-roader must participate!
The US Marine Corps has posted the final EIS on their website here: http://www.marines.mil/unit/29palms/...s/default.aspx
USMC Preferred Alternative:
Alternative 6 was selected in the DEIS as the preferred alternative and slightly modified in the Final EIS: it is the optimal alternative for the Marine Corps considering operational and environmental impact factors together. Developed in response to public comments it was designed to rpeserve public access to important off-road recreation areas during periods when MEB training did not require use of those lands. The Preferred Alternative would allow for reopening to public recreation use approximately 40,000 acres of the acquisition area for ten months a year. The land would fall under management of the Marine Corps under this proposed plan.
A Q&A document with higlights of major changes in the final EIS is posted at http://www.marines.mil/unit/29palms/...V7_FEIS__FAQS_