Ocotillo wells Needs your help!

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Ocotillo wells Needs your help!

Post by Wayne_Nosala » Sun Apr 01, 2007 7:07 pm

This was brought up at the CORVA BOD meeting today.
Presentation by Ed Stovin..SDORC
Please take a few minutes and write a letter OPPOSING this
project in Ocotillo wells. Contact info below..
Thanks
Wayne Nosala
CORVA
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San Diego Off-Road Coalition Update


ARE YOU WILLING TO GIVE UP 14,731 ACRES OF OFF-ROAD RIDING AREAS FOR GEOTHERMAL POWER DEVELOPMENT?


The San Diego Off-Road Coalition needs all off-roaders to act now. There is grave danger to one of our favorite riding areas.


The Federal Bureau of Land Management wants to lease 14,731 acres of prime off-road land to companies to build geothermal energy plants. Over 80% of the land is inside the Ocotillo Wells SVRA. The remaining acres are just east of Pole Line road and have traditionally been enjoyed for off-roading.


It is critical that off-road enthusiasts send their WRITTEN COMMENTS to the BLM to oppose this project.


If you value OCOTILLO WELLS you need to take the time to mail a comment and get ALL YOUR FRIENDS to do the same.



DO IT NOW - DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE! The San Diego Off-Road Magazine has excellent guidelines for action. Go to their Web site at http://www.sandiegooffroad.com/news_5.htm for instructions. Written comments mailed have the most effect, so sit down, write and send your comments today. Written comments are being taken until April 30.

Bureau of Land Management

California Desert District Office

Attn: John Dalton

22835 Calle San Juan De Los Lagos

Moreno Valley CA 92553

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Re: Ocotillo wells Needs your help!

Post by Brewster » Fri Sep 04, 2009 9:41 am

Is there any new information on this?
I did find an old EPA document with more information:

http://www.epa.gov/region/nepa/letters/ ... s-DEIS.pdf

Looks like for once, the EPA is on our side.

Ride on
Brewster

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