Got this email from Hills for Everyone:
You Are Invited to a Workshop!
You’ve heard of EIRs (Environmental Impact Reports).
You’ve heard that the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA – pronounced Seequa) could maybe help your effort to save land or prevent traffic from becoming even more aggravating. But you are not sure what it is all about. Have we got a deal for you!
On Saturday March 1, Hills For Everyone is partnering with the statewide Planning and Conservation League Foundation (PCLF) to offer a training for citizens, advocates, and governmental staff. The workshop will teach you how to effectively use CEQA to influence development projects. PCLF just revised its Community Guide to CEQA that offers helpful tips to empower you to participate in the environmental review process.
The workshop will be held at the AQMD headquarters in Diamond Bar at 21865 Copley Drive from 9:00 – 4:00 PM. The registration fee is based on a sliding scale and covers morning coffee and a copy of the Community Guide (valued at $35). Community members pay only $35 for the Guide and Workshop. What a deal!
Come add this important planning tool to your arsenal. Registration is required. Learn more about the daylong workshop at www.HillsForEveryone.org
Hills For Everyone
P.O. Box 9835
Brea, California 92822-1835