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  • Ocotillo Wells SVRA Master Plan Meetings

    Two public workshops are planned. One is this Saturday, December 28 in Ocotillo Wells. The second is on Thursday, January 9 in Carlsbad. Here's a link to an excellent video that summarizes the planning alternatives and more information on the public workshops. Note that the park has been divided into eleven (11) zones for purposes of the general plan. Each zone could have have a different plan.
    http://planocotillowells.org
    If you don't like the way I drive, stay out of the bushes!
    KI6MLU

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    Planning on going the 28th.
    IN A LAND OF FREEDOM WE ARE HELD HOSTAGE BY THE TYRANNY OF POLITICAL CORRECTNESS!!

    Better To Burn Out Than To Rust Out!

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    • #3
      Russ, do you have any more information as to what these meetings entail? Are there comments and ideas that need to be expressed from the OHV users perspective?

      Sadly I haven't paid too much attention to land use issues of late, but I might be able to make the Thursday meeting in Carlsbad.

      I'll do some reading...
      If we aren't supposed to eat animals, then why are they made out of meat?

      http://jeep.matandtiff.com/

      Truth is treason in the empire of lies. -Ron Paul

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      • #4
        Mat,

        The website has a lot of information about the Master Plan and the process. The basic goal is to come up with a plan for how much of the area should receive more development (campsites, toilets, showers, picnic tables, etc.) or less development (restrictions which would keep vehicles on marked trails or keep vehicles out in order to preserve archeological sites, etc.) or keep it as it is now (open to riding anywhere). I think that the planners are being thoughtful in breaking it down into eleven planning zones with different levels of development in each zone.

        The process started several years ago, and public input is invited at each stage of the process. These meetings are intended to present a draft proposal that the planners have prepared based on previous input. After these meetings, the planners will select preferred alternatives, have more public meetings, develop a "preliminary" master plan and draft EIR, have more public meetings, and then issue the final master plan around the middle of 2015.

        Russ
        If you don't like the way I drive, stay out of the bushes!
        KI6MLU

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        • #5
          Do it today

          http://www.planocotillowells.com/
          IN A LAND OF FREEDOM WE ARE HELD HOSTAGE BY THE TYRANNY OF POLITICAL CORRECTNESS!!

          Better To Burn Out Than To Rust Out!

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