You have now heard, on November 23, 2016, Friends of Tesla Park, with the Center for Biological Diversity and Alameda Creek Alliance, filed a law suit to challenge the Carnegie off-road vehicle park General Plan and Environmental Impact Report (EIR) that will open the Tesla wilderness to off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation. Three other law suits were filed against the project, including by the County of Alameda.
Now, we ask for your financial support to help cover our upcoming legal costs.
Last month, the State Parks Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Commission voted unanimously to approve the Carnegie SVRA General Plan and EIR. While this wasn’t unexpected (the Commission is stacked with only OHV advocates), the complete dismissal of the mountains of evidence and comments from scientific experts, local government agencies, conservation groups and individuals was an outrageous abuse.
Tesla’s irreplaceable natural and cultural treasures are just too important to stop fighting to protect them now.
That is why we filed the legal challenge in Sacramento to overturn all Carnegie project approvals.
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