Kennedy Meadows is inextricably part of my backstory too. The Professor, my friends, and I have spent many hours riding our horses through the beautiful place on our way to the Emigrant Wilderness. We’ve eaten at the restaurant, spent time in the bar, and my favorite – hung out after dark by the corrals just to watch the stock.
When the ground under the resort was to be donated by the utility company to a public or nonprofit entity, I felt that of all things I could do as a county supervisor, preserving the heritage of the resort and its beauty could be my greatest accomplishment. The competition was fierce, but I am proud that I positioned the County with the Stewardship Council to secure that hallowed place in perpetuity – not for the Forest Service or for a nonprofit that would restrict the use of the resort, but for the people of Tuolumne County. I plan visit next month on my rambles with Ruby.
The Stewardship Council has announced the first of a number of meetings in Sonora to discuss the Kennedy Meadows pilot process. I will definitely be there, although I can’t arrive until shortly after 10:30.
If you are concerned about how the decisions will be made about its future, you need to show up and speak up at the Opera Hall in Sonora at 10 am on Wednesday, December 6th.
Please let them know you are coming by going to:
Here’s more info…
Kennedy Meadows Pilot Project Meeting
Thursday, December 6, 2007
from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Opera House, Sonora
· Bring interested-parties up-to-date on the plans for disposition of the lands
· Increase understanding of how the Stewardship Council will depend on the collaboration of all interested-parties
· Get input on ways that the Stewardship Council can support increased collaboration between interested parties
This meeting will be open to the public, but we ask that anyone who would like to attend the meeting to pre-register. Once you register, they will contact you to confirm the meeting location. Please click on the link below to register for this meeting. Click here to register for this meeting!
For additional information, please call (650) 344-9072, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit written requests to: Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council, 15 N. Ellsworth Ave, Suite 100, San Mateo, CA 94401. This notice is also posted at http://www.stewardshipcouncil.org.