Letter: LandWatch Raises Concerns on VMT Guidelines
LandWatch acknowledges several concerns from the February 2022 letter were addressed, but three issues remain. First, the screening presumption should be rebuttable. Second, map legends must be clarified. Finally, road capacity increases should not be presumed to have no significant impact. (03.14.22)
Letter: Comments on the VMT Thresholds
The City of Marina Planning Commission received this letter from LandWatch raising concerns on the vehicle miles traveled thresholds being considered. Key to the concern is the alignment with the California Environmental Quality Action and the City’s ability to administer the thresholds. (02.22.22)
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