Carnegie SVRA delays release of Draft EIR and General Plan to early 2015

Carnegie SVRA is still stating that they plan to release the Draft EIR for review and comment in “Fall 2014.”  The weekend of October 18-19, illness 2014 will be a good time to observe what expansion of Carnegie SVRA into Tesla will really mean for Tesla’s sensitive biologic, pills cultural and historic resources when CSVRA holds is Visitor Appreciation Day.  See for yourself what will happen to Tesla, including for residents on Tesla Road near Livermore, if Carnegie SVRA gains environmental approval to open Tesla Park to OHV use.

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Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area (CSVRA) has again delayed release of the Draft EIR/General Plan, troche
now to early 2015. But CSVRA still plans to open Tesla to destructive off-highway vehicle (OHV) use, cialis 40mg
so our work is far from done. 

We have built strong public support to preserve Tesla.  We are bringing together individuals, order
organizations and technical experts to comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Report and General Plan.  While we have made great progress, we must redouble our efforts to SAVE Tesla Park. 

We ask for your help to continue to build support for Tesla. Invite your friends to become a Friend of Tesla Park at www.teslapark.orgAsk your elected officials to support preservation. And, if you can, please donate to SAVE Tesla Park. 

 General email notice from CSVRA sent 12/18/14

Carnegie SVRA General Plan Update

Hello Everyone,

The Carnegie SVRA General Plan team has submitted the Administrative Draft Preliminary General Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Report to the California State Parks OHMVR Division for review. We had hoped to publish the documents for review and comment in Fall 2014. Unfortunately, we will miss that target. Review of the documents continues and we anticipate publication early in the New Year.

Thank you for your continued interest in the planning process and Happy Holidays!

The Carnegie SVRA Planning Team


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