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San Gabriel Watershed and Mountains Special Resource Study Meeting

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Larry Chimbole Cultural Center

38350 Sierra Highway · Palmdale, CA

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Please attend one of these important meetings (See below). The National Park Service will educate you about their alternatives for our Angeles National Forest, and answer questions. You will also be given the opportunity to participate in small break-out groups where you can let your voice be heard. Thank you!-Dianne

San Gabriel Watershed and Mountains Special Resource Study

Public Meetings

The NPS will host a series of public meetings throughout the study area in October and November 2011 in order to present the draft study report, answer questions, and accept comments. The first public meeting, October 29th in El Monte, will serve as the kick-off meeting for the public review period. The NPS will present the study findings and alternatives and answer questions about the draft study. There will also be opportunities to provide comments.

Public meeting locations and times include:

Monday, November 14
7pm - 9pm
Larry Chimbole Cultural Center,
Joshua Room
38350 Sierra Highway
Palmdale, CA 93550

Santa Clarita
Wednesday, November 16th
7pm - 9pm
George A. Caravalho Activities Center
Santa Clarita Room A
20880 Centre Point Parkway
Santa Clarita, CA 91351

Thursday, November 17th
7pm - 9pm
Northeast Valley City Hall Auditorium
7747 Foothill Blvd
Tujunga, CA 91042

Please consider attending one of these meetings to find out about the possibility of a National Recreation area coming to your area. The National Park Service will present their latest study alternatives that represents your involvement, and feedback that was incorporated from our last round of meetings. The approaches to management and underlying values all reflect what you proposed or supported and concerns that you raised. They have added a new alternative for your consideration, Alternate D, which includes your portion of forest within the NRA, and a generous management plan. This plan was formulated from your suggestions.

If you cannot attend the meeting(s), please consider participating in the online public comment system on their web site: (