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High Speed Rail Scoping Meeting

9:47 AM PDT on October 17, 2009

The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority), as the lead agency for the California Environmental Quality Act process, is issuing a Notice of Preparation (NOP) of a project Environmental Impact Report/Statement (EIR/EIS) for the Los Angeles to San Diego via the Inland Empire Section of the proposed California High-Speed Train System (HST).

The Authority is issuing the NOP to solicit public and agency input into the development of the scope of the EIR/EIS and to advise the public that outreach activities will be conducted by the Authority and its representatives in preparation of the joint EIR/EIS.

The NOP, NOI, public scoping meeting dates and locations are available at Public comments may be submitted on the Authority’s website or by writing to Mr. Dan Leavitt, Deputy Director, ATTN: Los Angeles to San Diego via the Inland Empire Section HST Project EIR/EIS, California High-Speed Rail Authority, 925 L Street, Suite 1425, Sacramento, CA 95814, or via email with subject line “LA-SD HST Section via the Inland Empire” to: no later than November 20, 2009.

Wednesday, October 21
Shepherd of the Hills
Methodist Church
Wesley Fellowship Hall
333 S. Garfield Avenue
Monterey Park, CA 91754

Monday, October 26
City of West Covina - City Hall
Community Room/First Floor
1444 W. Garvey Avenue
West Covina, CA 91790

Wednesday, October 28
El Monte Community Center
Grace T. Black Auditorium
3130 Tyler Avenue
El Monte, CA 91731

Thursday, October 29
Pomona First Baptist Church Room E-202
586 N. Main Street
Pomona, CA 91768

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