Get text alerts re Climbing Lane Project at Rio Rd

MONTEREY COUNTY
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY
Carl P. Holm, AICP, Director
LAND USE & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | PUBLIC WORKS & FACILITIES | PARKS 1441 Schilling Place, South 2nd Floor (831)755-4800 Salinas, California 93901-4527 http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/rma
May 11, 2018
Text Message Alerts Available For the Highway 1 Climbing Lane Project
Commuters and others affected by the Highway 1 Climbing Lane construction can now get text alert messages about the project.
Sign up to receive text alert messages by texting Climbinglane to 888777. Once signed up, you’ll receive traffic alerts and updates about the project directly on your cell phone or electronic device.
This is the same system used to assist with construction notifications for the recently completed Holman Highway 68 Roundabout Project. Many thanks to the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services for their help in setting up this notification system.
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Gov. Brown orders major offensive against wildfire threat

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Gov. Jerry Brown, alarmed by reports that climate change is dramatically increasing fire risk, on Thursday ordered an all-out attack by scientists, land managers, industry and the public on the dangerous conditions that helped spread last year’s devastating wildfires.

The executive order will launch a slate of projects to improve forest conditions and increase fire protection, including a doubling of the amount of land managed by controlled burns, tree thinning and other forest-management tactics.

Brown’s plan includes the following:

•Doubling the land actively managed through vegetation thinning, controlled fires and reforestation from 250,000 acres to 500,000 acres.

•Teaching landowners better ways to reduce vegetation and other forest-fire fuels on private lands.

• Streamlining the process for property owners to win permits to improve forest health and reduce forest-fire fuels on their land.

• Supporting the innovative use of forest products, including lumber and wood products for building, and organic matter for fuel and to generate electricity.

•Expanding grants, training and other incentives to improve watersheds.

Read more about Gov. Brown’s executive order on the SF Chronical website: here