Next meeting will be a special one:
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Coast Dairies a National Monument?
Potential Benefits and Negative Impacts
Dan Haifley, chair of the monument campaign
Shelley Ratay, Sempervirens Fund executive director
Rick Cooper, BLM regional director
Val Lopez, head of the Amah Matsun (Ohlone) Indians
Supervisor Ryan Coonerty
Sheriff Jim Hart
County Fire Chief Scotty Jalbert
Environmental expert Grey Hayes
Renowned nature photographer Frans Lanting
We will keep the presentations to under an hour and reserve the rest of the time for questions. We are expecting that this will be the best opportunity that Dooners will have to understand the real facts and the potential benefits and negative impacts of the monument proposal.
Next regular meeting will be on
Wednesday, September 9th, 2015, 7:30
RBDA meetings are held at 7:30 pm
on the second Wednesdays of
January, March, May, September and November
Bonny Doon School Multipurpose Room
Ice Cream Grade and Pine Flat Road
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Rural Bonny Doon Association
Felton, California 95018
Current topics of interest are examined in our newsletter
Coast Dairies National Monument—A Good Idea? - First Coast Dairies’ Trail to Open - Haze Settles Over Pot Growing Rules - Supervisors Ask for Rewrite on Proposed Land Use Regulation Changes - Rail Trail Sailing Ahead - County Sued Over Castle House Permit - Work for the Betterment of Bonny Doon - Prime Season for Fire Safety
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