Salton Sea Management Program

Community Workshop Eastern Coachella Valley

Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Time: 5:45pm – 7:30pm
Location: Boys and Girls Club, 91391 66th Avenue, Mecca, CA 92254


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 welcomes public comments and questions on proposed projects. Future workshop locations, along with other notices and information, will be announced at: http://resources.ca.gov/salton-sea/.

Spanish interpreting service will be available throughout the workshop.

Agenda

5:45 -6:10pm: Open House
Donated refreshments and informational tables

6:10-6:20pm: Welcome
Introductions, Meeting Instructions and Expectations

6:20 – 6:50pm: Presentation on Salton Sea Management Program
Assistant Secretary for Salton Sea Policy, Bruce Wilcox

6:50- 7:30pm: Public Comments and Questions
Attendees are invited to pose questions and comments on presented information. Oral remarks will be limited to two (2) minutes per person.

7:30pm: Workshop adjourned

If you have any questions about this meeting or to request a workshop in your community please contact Maria Davydova at maria.davydova@waterboards.ca.gov or by phone at (760) 776-8947.