The draft EIR (Environmental Impact Report) has been released by EID.
The public comment period lasts until July 23.
EID is holding a public comment meeting (ironically which does not allow for the public dialoging with each other) on June 27 at 6:00pm at the Pollock Pines-Camino Community Center on Sanders Dr.
July 11th will be Save the Canal’s own Town Hall Meeting at the Community Center. 6:30pm
We made over $760 at the rummage sale! Thank you to all who came by to purchase items to support our great cause!
The rummage sale is planned for June 16 in Pollock Pines at the Rotary sale by El Dorado Savings.
Other important dates: June 9 Bake Sale, 9-3:00 at Safeway and June 11 EID meeting will be held at 9:00.
Important June 11 Save the Canal meeting at 6:00 at the Community Center, re: EIR report to be released this week by EID.
Contact Lisa ( email@example.com) or Joanne (firstname.lastname@example.org) for needed information on upcoming dates and items.
For June 16, please collect all your unwanted items. Anything goes except clothing, unless it’s something special, like a leather jacket.
We are only about $10,000 away from our goal of $25,000 for the EIR attorney’s fee! The EIR was released June 6. We have 45 days to respond to EID, which is July 23. Let’s keep this going! More info at the next meeting re: volunteers and other info. on the rummage sale.
See you at the Bake Sale in front of Safeway, Saturday, June 9 from 9-3:00!
Save your items for an upcoming rummage sale to earn money to fight the EIR!
Date to be determined: May 19 in Pollock Pines or July 22 at Placerville Fairgrounds.
We still need pictures of Forebay Lake that show the shores with trees, where there are now none. You can bring to the meeting
or send to me (Joanne) at email@example.com.
Bake Sale:December Bake Sale helped add to our total for fighting the EIR.
Meeting:A new meeting date is March 12 at 6:15 at the PP-Camino Community Center.
Pictures:We’d like any pictures you have which show Forebay Lake before it was logged. Thanks for looking! Old pictures are fine, like this one showing trees on the south side of the lake and in the valley past the dam. Thank you, Erika Larsson for this image. Bring to the meeting or contact Joanne Abram at firstname.lastname@example.org for how to share your photos.
Thank you to all the hard working volunteers and bakers! We were able to add $413.00 to our legal fund!
New signs for Save the Canal are out and showing up all around town. Get yours and help spread the word!
Next meeting is on Monday, November 27 at 6pm at the PP-Camino Community Center, 2675 Sanders Dr., PP.