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THE PROPOSAL

A Description and Discussion of The Felton Meadow Project Up to the Not-yet-released Draft Environmental Impact Report Construction vs Open Space — Over 8-10 years, the Felton Meadow Project will permanently transform a rare meadowland — a beautiful, stable, protected open space — that is legally recognized as a vital part of the essential bucolic

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Original Article on Purchase of Felton Meadow by Mt. Hermon – Press Banner

When Mount Hermon announced the purchase of the Felton meadow, as this article shows, the community felt that the purchase (after the affordable housing controversy that had lasted several years) was a good solution to the issue. It seemed that virtually all the problems that housing would have caused were no longer of concern, as

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Waiting for Felton Meadow Project Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR)

In early March, the County Planning Department requested input on what should be included in the Felton Meadow Project’s Environmental Impact Report, in a “Notice of Preparation (NOP) of the Draft Environmental Impact Report.” The NOP was distributed to agencies and organizations throughout the County. Agencies such as NMFS-NOAA and the SLV Water District, and

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Mt. Hermon’s “Felton Meadow Project” Examined

By Nancy Macy, for the Environmental Committee The DRAFT Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) has been delayed again on the proposal by Mt. Hermon Christian Conference Center to construct an enormous Bike Velocity Park on the 14-plus acres between Felton Faire Shopping Center (where the Safeway is), on Graham Hill Rd. More individuals have been speaking out

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Update on Mt. Hermon Proposal for Felton Meadow

As expected, the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved to “contract with Rincon Consultants, Inc. in the amount of $131,916, to prepare the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Mount Hermon Felton Meadow Project, and approve the Applicant Agreement with Mount Hermon Association, which provides that costs of the EIR are borne by the Applicant, as

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Environmental Impact Report for Mt Hermon Youth Recreation Project Should Assure Watershed Protection & That It Serves Community

By Nancy Macy, Co-Chair, Environmental Committee When a well-known and highly respected organization like Mount Hermon proposes a large development that offers a thrilling recreational opportunity to young people, it is difficult to question or challenge its construction as proposed. The Mount Hermon Youth Recreation Project, planned for over 12 acres of the “Felton Meadow” property

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Mt. Hermon Bike Park Concerns

Wednesday June 17, 2015 Good Times by JOH RATHBUN Plans for an educational adventure park in Felton are awaiting approval, but not everyone is thrilled For two years, Mount Hermon developers have had a vision for a new kind of adventure park in Felton—a $4 million project that includes a “magic carpet” to transport mountain bikers

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