The Monterey District of California State Parks will hold a public meeting on June 6, 2019 to present its’ plan for initial public tours of the Point Sur Naval Facility located within Point Sur State Historic Park.
The purpose of the meeting is to disseminate information and gather public input prior to offering the initial public tours of the facility. The meeting will be held at 10 a.m. at the Big Sur Station, Multi-Agency Facility, 47555 Highway 1, Big Sur.
Questions, inquiries and comments (for those unable to attend) may be directed to State Parks’ Supervising Ranger D.L. Kraft at email@example.com.
Mary Trotter sent me this. It was supposed to be noticed in several local media, but she was unable to locate it, so be sure to share this far and wide. Post to FB, twitter, and/or instagram so we can get the word out.
June 6th at 10 am at the MAF Facility (Big Sur Station next to Cal Trans yard.)
“This will be your chance to ask questions and make comments about viewshed issues. Eleven point 4 million dollars of the Prop 72 money went to preserve the viewshed surrounding this facility. It is therefore important that everything be done to prevent the eye being drawn to the blot in the landscape through parking lots, reflections off of cars, crowds of people milling around, additional signs and night lighting.
Self directed tours are being planned, and they speak of a visitor center. Is this what Big Sur needs now in this period of over-crowding, over-use. New easements and new roads are planned – once again in the viewshed. No water is available. Will the new ADA bathroom also be in the viewshed? Please come and get your questions answered.” Mary Trotter