Help preserve Tesla Park from the threat of off-roaders (see “Tesla–a park for preservation or for ORVs?”).
On Nov. 12 the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area and the State Parks Department’s Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Division are holding a public meeting. They will present their “Preferred Concept Alternative”, for adding Tesla to the off-roading area. We need to show up to show our strong opposition to this plan–and our support for preserving Tesla’s beauty, natural values, and historic remains.
We expect that a Draft Environmental Impact Report will be issued for the park some time in the next 2 – 3 months. At that time it will again be important to write letters.
Come speak out at the meeting!
What: A public meeting regarding adding Tesla to the off-roading area, held by the Carnegie State Vehicular Recreation Area and the State Parks Department’s Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Division.
When: Tue., Nov. 12, at 7:30 pm on
Where: Amador High School, 1155 Santa Rita Road, Pleasanton (map).
To get the latest information about this meeting and to RSVP, sign up for email updates at sfbay.sierraclub.org/updates
If you are driving and can pick people up at 7 pm at the Dublin Pleasanton BART station and bring them to Amador High School, contact Janis Turner at (925)344-6150 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are taking BART and don’t want to or can’t ride your bike to the meeting from BART (it is about 3 miles), contact Janis Turner, (925)344-6150 / email@example.com, and see if you can get a ride from BART.
After the meeting it will be possible to submit on-line comments on the “Preferred Conceptual Alternative” and this is another reason to sign up for email updates at sfbay.sierraclub.org/updates
For more information, see www.TeslaPark.org.