The Zone 2 Draft Environmental Impact Report has been available for some time. If you have not seen it, it's here: http://www.palosverdes.com/rpv/planning/Zone_2_Landslide_Moratorium/EIR.cfm It's huge and it's technical and for the average person (me), understanding all the jargon about geology and hydrology is a major challenge.
So why bother? Well, if you live in Portuguese Bend, it affects you. So it really would be smart to have some understanding of what it says. You can make things a little easier on yourself by downloading the executive summary and plowing through that. But even that is a hard read.
The PBCA Board held a Town Meeting several weeks ago and fewer than two dozen residents showed up to hear a presentation by an RPV planner. The RPV City Council heard citizen comments on the document last night.
But many people still have questions.
So this Saturday, November 10, everyone can get answers and hear ideas at a 3 p.m. meeting at 18 Cinnamon Lane where Lisa Gladstone has offered to host the event.
Jim Knight, a Bend resident as well as former Planning Commissioner and incumbent RPV City Council member has agreed to lead the discussion. He really knows the ropes and we're lucky to have him in our community.
All residents are welcome to attend and bring their ideas and ask questions. Those who already have written to the city regarding the document are asked to bring their letters to share.
And Lisa has asked those who come to bring a lawn chair. We hope it will be crowded.
See you Saturday, I hope!