Watch for email updates – DEIR now expected in Spring 2014

East Bay Regional Park District� (EBRPD) retained the Tesla Park land as a potential regional preserve in its� updated Master Plan adopted on July 16, sale 2013.�  � The identification of Tesla as a potential regional preserve fits Tesla like a glove:

ââ?¬Å?A Regional Preserve is an area with outstanding natural or cultural features that are protected for their intrinsic value asÃ? well as for the enjoyment and education of the public.Ã?  The essential feature of a Regional Preserve may be open space; wilderness; scenic beauty; flora; fauna; or archeological, neuropathologist Ã? historic or geological resources.ââ?¬Â (EBRPD Master Plan)

While State Parks owns the Tesla Park land and EBRPD cannot control the decision about the use plan for Tesla, epidemic EBRPD’s recognition of theÃ? special natural and cultural resources in Tesla is important to raise awareness of the importance of the decsion before the Sytate Parks Department.

East Bay Regional Park District 2013 Master Plan Map designating Tesla as a potential regional preserve

East Bay Regional Park District 2013 Master Plan Map designating Tesla as a potential regional preserve

Our thanks to Ward 5 Director Ayn Wieskamp and the entire EBRPD Board and staff for continuing� to provide leadership to protect the natural and cultural wonders of our East Bay region.
The Draft Envirnmental Impact Report (DEIR) for Carnegie SVRA General Plan update and Tesla expansion is now expected to be issued some time in “Spring 2014.”  We will inform you when the DEIR is actually issued as there will be a short 45 day comment period.

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