Free Environmental Impact Report (EIR)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Workshop

This Saturday, August 25th, CCHSRA will be hosting a free EIR/EIS workshop open to the first 400 people in Hanford, CA and is open to everyone interested in Fresno, Kings, Kern and Tulare counties.

“The workshop will detail how the EIR/EIS process works along with providing the tools to provide effective comments to the California High-Speed Rail Authority both in person and via mail.” -excerpt from press release

This is a great opportunity to learn more about the EIR/EIS as it pertains to the Fresno-Bakersfield section of the High-Speed Rail.

The Citizens for California High-Speed Rail Accountability is a nonpartisan advocacy group. If you are interested in the high-speed rail, then you should get to know this group.

Please see the press release for more information on the upcoming workshop.



CA High-Speed Rail EIR/EIS FREE Workshop

Are you interested in the California high-speed rail? Are you over-whelmed by the massive Environmental Impact Report? Then head over to Hanford, California this Thursday and/or Saturday.

 The workshop is intended to:
-Provide an update and summary of the EIR/EIS for the Fresno to Bakersfield Section.
-Describe the process surrounding the EIR/EIS and the project as a whole.
-Prepare landowners and citizens with information on preparing and submitting public comments to the EIR/EIS.

The workshop is being held at Kit Carson School:

The address is: 9895 7th Ave Hanford, California

Press Release for HSR EIR/EIS Workshops

The workshop is being hosted by Citizens for California High Speed Rail Accountability (CCHSRA). Who is CCHSRA? They are a non-profit organization of Kings County residents. They have no affiliation with the California High-Speed Rail Authority.

The workshop is open to all counties, they do ask for an RSVP. Here is their email:

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