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Legal workshop for Property Owners, Business Owners, and others directly impacted by the Sunrise Powerlink Project

From: Robert
Sent on: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 11:58 AM


--- On Wed, 6/10/09, Protect Our Communities <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Protect Our Communities <[address removed]>
Subject: Legal workshop for Property Owners, Business Owners, and others directly impacted by the Sunrise Powerlink Project
To:
Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2009, 11:47 AM

LANDOWNERS AND OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES,

There is a very important Property Rights workshop in Alpine on Thursday this week.  See below.  I strongly suggest that you consider coming to this meeting.  It is on record that SDGE plans are to build another line through North County if we allow them to build the line in South County Inland.  See the attached map.  Agency approvals from the Forest Service, BLM, Fish and Wildlife, Endangered Species Act, Army Corps. Of Engineers, etc. will be much easier for the next transmission line if we let them get the Agency approvals for the proposed Sunrise Powerlink.  SDGE���s next move (if they are successful in building this line) will be to file another application to build another transmission line through North County (same locations as planned before) to get their fossil fuel generated electricity to the LA, OC, Riverside and San B marketplace.  It���s all about money and profit for SDGE and its parent Sempra.

Hope to see you at the Property Rights Workshop.  Denis [masked]) 

Important announcement- please spread the word


The ECCAC, in partnership with The Protect Our Communities Foundation and Backcountry Against Dumps is sponsoring a free legal rights workshop for individuals and businesses directly impacted by the Sunrise Powerlink.

Please help us spread the word about this important community service, particularly to your impacted neighbors who may not have internet access.  This workshop is free, because EVERYONE deserves to know their legal rights!


Legal workshop for Property Owners, Business Owners, and others directly impacted by the

Sunrise Powerlink Project
June 11 ��� 6-8pm @ Alpine Community Center

1830 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA

East County Community Action Coalition (ECCAC), working in partnership with The Protect Our Communities Foundation, and Backcountry Against Dumps, is organizing a free property rights legal workshop for those directly impacted by the Sunrise Powerlink.The workshop will give impacted property owners a chance to meet with an attorney and find out answers to common questions, such as:

���                     Can I refuse to allow SDG&E surveyors on my property?

���                     Are they required to give me advance notice of their visits?

                        How will they determine the value of my property which they seek to take by eminent domain?

���                     Is the price negotiable?

���                     What if the lines make my parcels un-usable?

���                     What if I agree to their terms and then the Sunrise Powerlink Project is terminated?

���                     Will my business on Alpine Blvd be compensated for lost revenue?

���                     And many more.

 

To register for the workshop, please contact ECCAC via email at [address removed] or

The workshop will be free 
to those qualified to attend.

Please note:  SDG&E and Sempra employees, agents, or affiliates (including subcontractors) are not qualified to attend the event, and at the entrance you will be asked to sign an affidavit stating you are in no way affiliated.  

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