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San Bernardino National Forest is seeking public input on the proposed
Rattlesnake OHV Trails project. Please see the attached scoping letter,
Charles (Chuck) Roney
April 30 1934- November 27 2014
A great friend and our boys "desert Grandpa".
The desert won't be the same without our cantankerous friend.
Services to be announced.
For Immediate Release: Oct. 3, 2014
Dana Wilson, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, 916-978-4622
Jane Hendron, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 760-431-9440 ext. 205
Lori Sinsley, California Energy Commission, 916-654-4989
Clark Blanchard, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, 916-651-7824
Federal and State Agencies Announce Public Meetings for Draft Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan
As promised at today's Resource Management Group public meeting, I have attached a copy of the Johnson Valley OHV Recreation Area map, relevant excerpts from the law designating the Johnson Valley OHV Recreation Area, and maps of the proposed company objective areas. NOTE: You can utilize the zoom feature to obtain the coordinates of the proposed company objective areas from the JohnsonValleyCompanyObjectiveSitesMapMay 2014.
U. S. Department of the
Bureau of Land Management
For Immediate Release: August 7, 2014 CA-CDD-14-55
Contact:Stephen Razo 951-697-5217; email: email@example.com
Scheduled to Address Land Use Changes in the Johnson Valley Off-Highway Vehicle
-- Representatives from the Bureau of Land Management and the Marine Corps will
host a Resource Management Group meeting about the changes in land use in the
Johnson Valley Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Area at the Lucerne Valley
Community Center on August 16, 2014 from 1-3 PM.
NOTICE OF MEETING AND TOUR OFF-HIGHWAY MOTOR VEHICLE RECREATION COMMISSION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) Commission, pursuant to authority contained in Section 5090.24 of the Public Resources Code and Section 11120 et seq. of the Government Code, will conduct a tour on May 1, 2014, of the El Mirage Dry Lake OHV Recreation Area and meet on May 2, 2014, according to the following schedule.
Thank you for your petition.
The Administration’s proposal for expansion of the land reserved for
use by the Marine Corps balances Marine Corps training requirements that
extend throughout the year with preserving safe public access for
recreational activities within certain areas of the Johnson Valley
Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Area. The proposal was transmitted to Congress
for consideration on April 26, 2013, because, for areas greater than
5,000 acres, Congress is responsible for creating and renewing
withdrawal of public land for military training and testing.
This base expansion plan was developed over the course of nine years
in consultation with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), community
leaders, and recreational users and was subject to an environmental
impact statement that assessed the needs, alternatives and impacts of
large-scale training exercises at the Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Air
Ground Combat Center.
This Wed., 6/12/13 at 11
am, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors is holding a special meeting
to consider a moratorium on any new commercial wind and solar projects in the
county, until the County General Plan can be amended to deal with them. Please
e-mail these three Supervisor Chiefs of Staff a short letter such
Click Take Action to urge Governor Brown NOT to opt
out of the Recreational Trails Program (RTP). If Brown
opts out of the program federal fuel taxes paid by motorized
recreationists when they fill up their dirt bikes, ATVs, ROVs,
snowmobiles or four-wheel drive vehicles will no longer be
dedicated to building or maintaining natural surface
recreational trails in CA!
Betty Munson forwarded
this notice that the Marines have announced their Record of Decision (ROD) to
expand westward into our Johnson Valley public recreation lands. It's up to us
to fight this in Congress. Please stay tuned and ready to fight. Insisting that
our Congressmen stop this is what we need to do now. Please call, write, or
email yours now. Bill