Salton Sea Management Program

Public Workshop – Palm Springs

Thursday, June 2, 2016

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

City of Palm Springs City Hall – Council Chamber
3200 E Tahquitz Canyon Way,

Palm Springs, CA 92262

 

Diminishing freshwater inflows to the Salton Sea continue to expose playa that could pose a threat to human health, along with increasing salinity that threatens fish and bird habitat. The State of California’s Salton Sea Management Program is an interagency effort established to develop a comprehensive, actionable management plan for habitat restoration and dust suppression at the Salton Sea.

The California Natural Resources Agency is conducting a series of workshops to provide information to the public about the Salton Sea Management Program and welcome public comments and questions on proposed projects.  For more information, please visit http://resources.ca.gov/salton-sea/.

Agenda

3:00 -3:20pm:      Open House
Sign-In, Salton Sea Informational tables

3:20-3:30pm:       Welcome
Introductions, Meeting Instructions and Expectations

3:30 – 4:00pm:    Presentation on Salton Sea Management Program
Assistant Secretary for Salton Sea Policy, Bruce Wilcox

4:00- 5:00pm:      Public Comments and Questions
Attendees are invited to pose questions and comments on presented information.

5:00pm:                  Workshop adjourned

If you have any questions about this workshop please contact Val Simon at vsimon@usbr.gov or by phone at (702) 370-1231.

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