How to make your voice heard on the Tejon Ranch Centennial project — Deadline is extended to Aug. 16

UPDATE: Frazier Park, Pine Mountain, Neenach, Three Points, CA (Thursday, July 20, 2017)—The Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning has extended the response time for the public wishing to comment upon the Centennial Specific Plan DEIR. You can see a hard copy at the Frazier Park Public Library, and also use CDs there, or see it online here.

The new deadline is 5 p.m. on August 16, 2017. You can send comments in several ways:

•You may submit written comments on the DEIR to Mr. Jodie Sackett to

JSackett@planning.lacounty.gov.

•You may also fax your written comments to (213) 626-0434,

Or mail a letter to:
Mr. Jodie Sackett

County of Los Angeles
Department of Regional Planning
Hall of Records, 13th Floor Room 1348
320 West Temple Street
Los Angeles, California 90012

For questions, please call (213) 974-6443.

 

UPDATE: Frazier Park, Pine Mountain, Neenach, Three Points, CA (Monday, July 17, 2017)—

Susan Zahnter of the Western Antelope Valley sends this note to the Mountain Communities: It would be very helpful for individuals to request an extension for an additional 30 to 90 days for comments about the Centennial DEIR. I have provided a comment below that you can copy and paste into your own email.

Email:  JSackett@planning.lacounty.gov,  sdea@planning.lacounty.gov
Subject:  Extension of Centennial DEIR deadline

Dear Mr. Sackett and Mr. Dea,
I am requesting the extension of the Centennial Draft Environmental Review for an additional 30 days. The document is 2,000 pages long and the public needs more time to make comments, since this project will pose longterm significant impacts to our rural community, and across the Antelope Valley and Mountain Communities.
Sincerely,
Your Name Here

Dear Neighbors and Friends,

I have received several comments regarding the response period for the Centennial Draft Environmental Impact Review.

The July 17 deadline is here. Our council is preparing to send a request for a 30 day extension. Some have not received timely notice, and others are having difficulty downloading large files. The document is 2,000 pages, and even though 60 days were allowed for comment, we do not find this is enough time, especially when many who wish to review the DEIR have full-time jobs, long commutes and important personal commitments plus this volunteer effort.

Susan Zahnter of the Three Points-Liebre Mountain Town Council in the Western Antelope Valley.

FRAZIER PARK, CA (Friday, June 30, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.)—Tejon Ranch’s Centennial project Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) and appendices are available for viewing by clicking THIS LINK. You can download and view the DEIR there.

•You must send your public comments by email, fax or letter by July 17.

•You may submit written comments on the DEIR to Mr. Jodie Sackett to

JSackett@planning.lacounty.gov.

•You may also fax your written comments to (213) 626-0434,

Or mail a letter to:
Mr. Jodie Sackett

County of Los Angeles
Department of Regional Planning
Hall of Records, 13th Floor Room 1348
320 West Temple Street
Los Angeles, California 90012

For questions, please call (213) 974-6443.
The DEIR is also available electronically on the Department’s website by typing “Centennial” into the case archive search box at this web address:
http://planning.lacounty.gov/case
.
Para más información visite: http://planning.lacounty.gov/spanish/casos
o llame al (213) 974-6466.

 

 

 

This is part of the July 14, 2017 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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