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Rubicon Trail Master Plan Meeting

Rubicon Trail Public Session Regarding the Revised Preliminary Draft Rubicon Trail Master Plan

Below is information regarding the March 19, 2005 Public Workshop on the Rubicon Trail Master Plan. Please forward this notice to all those interested in the Rubicon Trail Master Planning Process.

A public session to discuss revisions to the Preliminary Draft Rubicon Trail Master Plan released December 4, 2004. This session will present revisions to the Preliminary Draft Rubicon Trail Master Plan based on comments received on the Master Plan presented at the January 22, 2004 public workshop.

The workshop will be held Saturday, March 19 beginning at 10:00 AM and conclude no later than 2:00 PM.

El Dorado County Fairgrounds
Marshall Building
100 Placerville Drive
Placerville, CA 95667

El Dorado County is continuing the third phase of the Rubicon Trail Master Plan project – an effort that will facilitate continued recreational use of the Rubicon Trail for off-highway vehicles. This public session will allow interested members of the public and agencies to review revisions made to the Preliminary Draft released December 4, 2004 and provide comments on those revisions. Members of the Master Planning project team will be present to share information about issues and information gathered in the third phase of the Master Plan project, and discuss elements of the Rubicon Trail Master Plan. For further information please reference the El Dorado County website at or contact Mike Gray at the El Dorado County Offices at (530) 621-5330.

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