Vegetation Fire, Check Creek, 41 East

5:00pm – 100 acres so far.

…just had a response for a veg fire on 41 East at Check Canyon…..B3414, A/A340, T74 an 75, heli on order, Engs. 50, 3472, 3477, 3481, WT50, D3442, an Questa 2 crews.

They just added 1 eng. from SLO, 3478, 3471, D3440 an D3441 to the fire ……just said 100 acres

Clovis double homicide suspect probably headed to Big Sur

Wednesday AM UPDATE – McCann arrested early this morning in Seaside, sleeping near Highway One along the dunes.

Last seen headed north from Caambria.

Crimes committed on May 7, 2016 in Clovis, CA. Suspect is a
Dave Thomas McCann, WMA, 6’2″ 220 LBS, British accent, possibly on foot or a mountain bike. Last seen north on Hwy 1 from Cambria.
Special Attention to the BIG SUR AREA. Considered EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.

KSBW has a BREAKING NEWS BANNER “Double homicide suspect heading to Big Sur, deputies say”


Carmel Area State Parks General Plan

This meeting addresses the proposed combination state park to include, generally speaking, Carmel Monastery Beach, Carmel River, and Point Lobos, as well as an eastward expansion. I encourage you to go to the link provided to see what the preferred alternative is and how you can make comments regarding this proposal. This is along the Highway One corridor and the gateway to Big Sur so-to-speak.

You’re Invited to a Public Open House on the Preferred
Alternative for the Carmel Area State Parks General Plan

Please join us at the next public open house for the Carmel Area State Parks (CASP) General Plan (GP) and Environmental Impact Report (EIR) at the Rancho Canada Golf Club’s Wedgewood Wedding & Banquet Center, 4860 Carmel Valley Road, Carmel from 6:00 – 9:00pm on Wednesday, June 1, 2016.

At the open house, you will learn about the preferred alternative proposed for the Preliminary GP and Draft EIR. Thank you to everyone who participated in the July 2015 public workshop and who also submitted comments on the proposed alternatives. The State Parks planning team reviewed all feedback in depth and further analyzed the factors affecting the identification of a preferred alternative. The planning team will be presenting the preferred alternative that has been crafted with your comments and concerns in mind. The open house will consist of a short presentation and will be followed by an opportunity to learn more about the preferred alternative at unit breakout stations.

A newsletter has been prepared to share more information about the open house and some of the key components of the preferred alternative.

Here is the link to the newsletter, which also contains further links: Newsletter

Please Attend this Important Public Open House to Learn More About the CASP Preferred Alternative. We Hope to See You There!

Open house materials, including the Economic Study and Traffic and Parking Study, will be posted on the project website for your review about two weeks before the open house. Written comments can be submitted during the open house, via regular mail to the address listed on the CASP General Plan website, or via email ( The comment deadline is June 15th.

Please forward this email to others who may be interested.
Steve Bachman
California State Parks
Monterey District
(831) 649-2862
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