1. Voice your concerns
One of the most important things you can do to help preserve and restore Contra Costa County's and Tassajara Valley's Open Space, Agricultural Land, and your water rights, is to voice your concerns on the issues you care about.
Our NEW District III Supervisor Diane Burgis firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Do you oppose the tassajara parks high density housing development? FAQ
then, write a letter stating your opposition To the District III Supervisor Diane Burgis and Copy the Board of Supervisors and Lafco. ask that our REPRESENTATIVES uphold the urban limit line voters overwhelmingly put in place with measure l.
- Request that she represent her constituents and Oppose the Tassajara Parks High Density Housing Development and its MOU "Preservation Agreement", HOLD the voter approved Urban Line and protect the Tassajara Valley groundwater recharge zones.
- Remind her that On December 20th, 2016 the Board of Supervisors approved the 2016 Urban Limit Line Mid-Term Review conclusion provided by the Conservation and Development Department, which states that the ULL analysis demonstrates that sufficient capacity exists countywide inside the ULL to accommodate housing and job growth through 2036.
- Point out that this development directly conflicts with:
- Over 15 Contra Costa County General Plan Goals and Policies
- Contra Costa Climate Action Plan
- Plan Bay Area 2040
- SB 375
Send to Diane Burgis
and COPY THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE:
Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors:
Lou Ann Texeira
Additional Representative Email Address
San Ramon City Council:
Danville Town Council:
CCC Conservation and Development
Tassajara Parks significant Impacts
- Water - Groundwater Recharge Zone
- Green House Gases
- Endangered Species Habitat
- MOU - Memorandum of Understanding
- Claims to be within the 30 acre limit, but it is really 50+ acres
- Breaks the Urban Limit Line
Presentation given at NEIGHBORHOOD hOA
Additional Organizations Opposing the Tassajara Parks Development and its MOU
- The Town of Danville
- Greenbelt Alliance
- Sierra Club SF Chapter
- California Native Plant Society
- Calevaras Planning Coalition
- SOS Danville
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Wear to the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors Tassajara Parks hearing and send a strong and clear message to:
HOLD THE LINE, THE URBAN LIMIT LINE!
4. STAY CONNECTED!
Three easy ways to stay connected
- Visit this site regularly to check for updates and upcoming meetings and join our email list.
- Twitter or Facebook @tassajaranews
- Share information with your neighbors and Tassajara Valley Preservation Association. By working to together we can help shape public policy which greatly affects all of our properties and essentially our quality of life.