Prevent environmental disaster in North County

Thursday, June 4 2009
6:45 AM to 0:00 AM

Ronald Regan Sports Park and Rainbow Community Church

Temecula, CA

Hearings in Riverside may seal fate of pit mine

A monumental environmental conflict of interest that is raging concerning the pristine wilderness area in northeast Fallbrook. Granite Construction, a multi-billion-dollar company, has its intention staked on developing the largest open-pit mine in the USA just over the Riverside County line at the Rainbow connection to highway 15.

The effects of this development would ruin the SDSU research being done at the Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve adjacent to the proposed mine site, obliterate the wildlife linkage between the Santa Ana and Palomar Mountain ranges, threaten the water quality in the Santa Margarita River (Camp Pendletonís water source), increase the traffic on highway 15 by 1400 truck trips entering and exiting the Rainbow on and off ramps daily (a truck every minute), and add immensely to the noise and air pollution of this quiet rural area. Not only will the pollution be hazardous to the health of the local population, it will be detrimental to property values.

Attend Temecula's Public Annexation Hearing on Thursday, June 4, 2009 @ 9:00 am at the Riverside Country Administration Building in the first floor Boardroom (4080 Lemon Street, Riverside).

More Information HERE

We will have free bus rides to the meeting! Busses will be available at: the Ronald Regan Sports Park in Temecula and at the Rainbow Community Church (2560 Rainbow Valley Blvd.) in Rainbow. Busses will leave at 7:30 am sharp: PLEASE be there no later than 6:45 am. Busses will leave Riverside to come home at 12:00 pm. To reserve your seat on a bus, please call the following numbers: For the Temecula and Murrieta area, 951.694.0514. For the For Rainbowand Fallbrook area, 760.728.4339.

For additional information or if you have any questions, please call 951.676.6912 or 760.451.2413.

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