Letters

Public Letters to the County

Sebastopol Water Information Group (SWiG) Letter to County on the Water Element of the Coastal Plan by Jane Neilson, Ph.D., geologist

This letter presents comments from the Sebastopol Water Information Group (SWiG) in response to PRMD’s Draft Update for the Sonoma County Local Coastal Program (LCP). SWiG is a group of west Sonoma County residents and well owners who have hydrological and geological expertise. SWiG collects accurate scientific information on water supplies, water quality, land use […]

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Ernie Carpenter’s Letter to Supervisors on the proposed Coastal Plan

Sonoma County Supervisors Plan to Homogenize the Sonoma Coast September 22, 2015 The Planning and Resource Management Department has adopted Dr. Seuss as the perfect planning role model. The colorful character, Seuss, is famous for bright colors and talks in riddles. Only this adaption is not so funny and not so bright. It is actually

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Letter to the editor in the PD by Richard Charter

http://www.pressdemocrat.com/opinion/4488885-181/thursdays-letters-to-the-editor?page=0. EDITOR: More than 100 local residents packed standing-room-only into the Timber Cove firehouse on Monday for a lively interaction with Sonoma County planning staff now rewriting our Local Coastal Plan. The plan guides new development, as well as future protection, for our treasured coastal lands. Opening the Sonoma Coast to large event centers and

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Local Coastal Plan Public Comment from Fred Allebach

Fred Allebach 9/14/15 Local Coastal Plan Public Comment PRMD-LCP-Update@sonoma-county.org My comment is of a general nature and has to do with how you are integrating academic/ scientific sustainability concepts into your plans. I went through your glossary looking for how you included concepts for sustainability and found the overall sense to be weighted too heavily

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