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The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)

CEQA Workshop

LandWatch Monterey County and Sustainable Seaside held a workshop on the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) to inform residents about how the public can participate in CEQA by providing three expert panelists. (12.02.14)

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  Part 2   Part 5
       
       
  Part 3    
       

Measure Q

Measure Q Promotional Video

Measure Q will protect essential Monterey County transit services for seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities — services that are now set to disappear due to cuts in federal funding. Public transportation is an essential part of a healthy economy and environment. (10.10.14)

Ferrini Ranch

League of Women Voter's Lunch & Learn

LandWatch's Executive Director Amy White was the guest speaker for the League of Women Voter's Lunch & Learn. She discussed the proposed Ferrini Ranch Project. (04.09.14)

 

Ferrini Ranch Presentation by LandWatch

Amy White, Executive Director of LandWatch was the speaker during a public forum hosted by the Rimrock Homeowner's Association and LandWatch. The focus of the meeting was the Ferrini Ranch Subdivision. (12.07.12)

 

Ferrini Ranch Overview

LandWatch Monterey County has produced this short video showing the proposed development of the Ferrini Ranch property adjacent to Toro Regional Park and Highway 68. (12.07.12)

 

Reuse of Fort Ord

LandWatch hosted a series of panels via its Around the County Series in 2014 focused on the Reuse of Fort Ord.

Reuse of Fort Ord: FORA Background & Current Plan

The first event included a panel that focused on the Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA) Background and Current Plan – Introduction. (04.09.12)

  Part 1
Introduction Amy White Exec Dir LandWatch
  Part 4
Bruce Delgado, Bureau of Land Mngnt Botanis
     
       
  Part 2
Tom Moore, Ventana Chapter, Sierra Club
  Part 5
Questions and Answers
     
       
  Part 3
Kristi Markey, Chief of Staff Sup Jane Parker
   
       

The Reuse of Fort Ord & Community Groups Involved

The second event included a panel that focused on the Reuse of Fort Ord and all the Community Groups Involved. (05.12.12)

  Part 1
Introduction by Amy L. White Dir, LandWatch
  Part 5
Luana Conley from Sustainable Marina
       
       
  Part 2
Gail Morton from Fort Ord Rec Users (forU)
  Part 6
Steve Zmak of the Sierra Club
       
       
  Part 3
Bill Weigle from Keep Fort Ord Wild
  Part 7
Henrietta Stern of Fort Friends
       
       
  Part 4
Kay Cline from Sustainable Seaside
   
       

The Reuse of Fort Ord and Cleanup Efforts

The third event included a panel that focused on the Reuse of Fort Ord and Clean Up Efforts. (06.11.12)

  Part 1
Introduction by Amy L. White Director, LandWatch
  Part 4
Dan Amadeo, Marina in Motion
       
       
  Part 2
Bill Collins, Wildlife Biologist with the U.S. Army
  Part 5
Questions and Answers
       
       
  Part 3
Stan Cook, Program Manager with FORA