As always when a big project gets approved, the story doesn’t end but just enters a new chapter. With 14-story Yamanee having a green light to build in midtown Sacramento from the city’s planning commission, here are five future plot lines to watch.
Join the Environmental Council of Sacramento (ECOS) for our Board of Directors meeting!
In May, we are hosting a presentation with Rich Radmacher and Bill Ziebron on the long-awaited and much-needed South Sacramento Habitat Conservation Plan. We will also have a chance to discuss the plan with some of its long-time collaborators. Read more about the South Sac Habitat Conservation Plan here: http://www.southsachcp.com/
Monday, May 23rd, 2016
5:30 pm Reception with wine & refreshments
6:00 pm Meeting begins
– ECOS Committees will report on their activities.
– Announcements are welcome at the end
– Everyone who is interested is welcome! Bring a friend!
Please note the SEIU parking lot now requires the purchase of a permit. Street parking should be free starting at 6pm.
Here is an affordable educational opportunity to get some CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act) & Land Use training next weekend, April 16th, 2016! The Sacramento Valley Section of the American Planning Association is pleased to announce a Planning Commission Training Workshop, which includes CEQA and Land Use topics and is open to the public within the Sacramento Valley!
The Workshop will be held on: Saturday, April 16, 2016, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm West Sacramento Community Center (1075 West Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento) Cost $25 [registration cost covers coffee and light breakfast in the morning, lunch and afternoon cookies]
ECOS is in serious need of volunteers with knowledge in these areas. Don’t miss this opportunity to increase your own valuable environmental expertise, and feel free to share this invitation with your networks!