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Boulevard Planning Group to vote on wind turbine health study and sexual predator placement Nov. 1  

Credit:  By Miriam Raftery | East County Magazine | October 30, 2018 | www.eastcountymagazine.org ~~

The Boulevard Planning Group will meet Thursday, November 1st at 7 p.m. in the Backcountry Resource Center (39919 Ribbon Rd., Boulevard behind the old fire station). Action items include Chair Donna Tisdale’s request to respond to a letter from County Planning Department Director Mark Wardlaw in which Wardlaw advised that the County Health and Human Services Agency is preparing a report on human health effects of wind turbines. The group will also vote on opposing placement of Alvin Quarles, a sexually violent predator, in Jacumba.

The agenda also includes discussion of additional projects of interest including Baja Rail’s efforts to repair a railway line for shipping liquid propane and other goods, as well as a federal extension of the comment period for the Energia Sierra Juarez Supplemental EIS to December 3rd. For a link to submit comments, view the agenda.

Updates will also be provided on major solar projects and and energy storage facility, an application for agricultural clearing at Live Oak Springs, and Tule Wind. The agenda includes contacts for noise and other complaints related to Tule Wind.

Fire Safe Council and Revitalization reports will also be provided.

Source:  By Miriam Raftery | East County Magazine | October 30, 2018 | www.eastcountymagazine.org

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