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An update on Johnson Valley from the Partnership For Johnson Valley

It has been an interesting few of days.

In the last week, representatives of the Partnership for Johnson Valley have met with the Wildlands Conservancy Executive Director David Myers, Senator Feinstein's State Director James Molinari, Deputy State Director James Peterson, San Bernardino County 1st. District Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt, and a representative from the Route 66 organizations.

We have gotten a copy of the map that shows the proposed National Monument that Senator Feinstein has written about, and it also shows a proposed National Recreation Area for Johnson Valley and a Sand to Snow National Monument in the Morongo Basin. We will have the map at the DAC tour and meeting this weekend.

The map is published by the Wildlands Conservancy and it was given to us and also given to Feinstein's staff by the Conservancy.

Stay tuned for more on this fast developing story.

Helen Baker

www.pfjv.org

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Not as bad as it sounds, Please be patient, We have good info

it just needs to be verified

Wayne

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An update on Johnson Valley from the Partnership For Johnson Valley

It has been an interesting few of days.

In the last week, representatives of the Partnership for Johnson Valley have met with the Wildlands Conservancy Executive Director David Myers, Senator Feinstein's State Director James Molinari, Deputy State Director James Peterson, San Bernardino County 1st. District Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt, and a representative from the Route 66 organizations.

We have gotten a copy of the map that shows the proposed National Monument that Senator Feinstein has written about, and it also shows a proposed National Recreation Area for Johnson Valley and a Sand to Snow National Monument in the Morongo Basin. We will have the map at the DAC tour and meeting this weekend.

The map is published by the Wildlands Conservancy and it was given to us and also given to Feinstein's staff by the Conservancy.

Stay tuned for more on this fast developing story.

Helen Baker

www.pfjv.org

Well it's at least good to See James Peterson's name on here. He actually responded to a couple of e-mails concerning JV usage numbers that were attributed to him.

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Well it's at least good to See James Peterson's name on here. He actually responded to a couple of e-mails concerning JV usage numbers that were attributed to him.

James is not a bad guy. He actually does get out and visit the deserts and

lands. I have been to a couple of meetings with him and other staff in the

room. He gets around.

Again Fienstien, although may not be our favorite person, She Is listening

to us.

More to come soon

Wayne

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