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Action Alert: Initial Study/Environmental Assessment and Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery Project – Phase 1


Please read the Initial Study/Environmental Assessment and Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery Project – Phase 1. http://www.ecorpconsulting.com/Client_Docs/Public_review/CCC_Veterans_Cemetery/Draft_IS_MND_EA.pdf  CalVet and USDVA have extended the public review period beginning June 13, 2014 through July 18, 2014.  Two things you can do: 1) Ask for the documents […]

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Monterey Herald Poll Results: Public Favors a Full Environmental Impact Report for the California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery


From the June 19, 2014 edition of the Monterey Herald: Share/Bookmark

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Action Alert: Initial Study/Environmental Assessment and Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery Project – Phase 1


Please read the Initial Study/Environmental Assessment and Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery Project – Phase 1. http://www.ecorpconsulting.com/Client_Docs/Public_review/CCC_Veterans_Cemetery/Draft_IS_MND_EA.pdf  CalVet and USDVA have extended the public review period beginning June 13, 2014 through July 18, 2014.  Two things you can do: 1) Ask for the documents […]

Central Coast Veterans Cemetery

9,200 Trees To Be Removed From Parker Flats Forest For Veterans Cemetery Project: Forest Resource Evaluation


Keep Fort Ord Wild has obtained planning documents under the California Public Records Act. To see the Central Coast Veterans Cemetery Forest Resource Evaluation, click the link below: CCVCForestResEval The Central Coast Veterans Cemetery Forest Resource Evaluation was authored by Staub for FORA. It says over 9,200 oaks are on-site. Its difficult to imagine many oaks […]

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Monterey Herald Coverage: Veterans Cemetery Project Will Skip Environmental Impact Report


http://www.montereyherald.com/localnews/ci_25908243/fort-ord-veterans-cemetery-conflict-brews The state’s stringent regulatory hurdles may be avoided for the cemetery project on Monterey County’s former Army base. State officials indicate they will skip the roughly year-long environmental impact report process in favor of a quicker environmental assessment for the Central Coast Veterans Cemetery. Environmentalists intend to fight the decision — potentially jeopardizing an […]

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39,000 Oaks To Be Removed For Monterey Downs Complex


Keep Fort Ord Wild has obtained Monterey Downs planning documents from the City of Seaside under the California Public Records Act. To see the Monterey Downs and CCVC Forest Resource Evaluations, click the links below: MDForestResEval MDForestResEval_Attach CCVCForestResEval Oak Removal More than 39,000 oaks are in the Monterey Downs project area…of which more than 9,000 are […]