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Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument Advisory Board meeting 

All interested in the preservation of Snow Creek should attend the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument Advisory Board meeting on Sat Dec. 2 at the top of the tram. There will be a special presentation about the 2400 acre industrial windfarm proposed by landowner Stephen Christensen and local windmill developers Bill and Brad Adams.

The proposed project, currently being processed by the Riverside County Planning Dept. in Indio would put 360 ft. high windmills on the western ridgelines of the San Jacinto Mountains above Snow Creek and 410 ft. high windmills directly in front of the spectacular North Face of Mt. San Jacinto. This proposal, like the last Enron proposal will be on the “Fast Track” with public hearings starting in January in downtown Riverside. The meeting will start at 9AM and the public comments period begins at 11AM.

The last free tram ride up is at 8:45 sharp.

Les Starks

(760)323-4089
(760)285-2970

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