FYI to the guys that go to the dunes
Let Your Voice Be Heard
Dunes Permit Fee Increase to Be Considered
The Desert Advisory Council will be meeting as the Recreation Resource Advisory Committee on Saturday, August 17th to consider a fee proposal regarding the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area.
Date: August 17, 2013
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Place: Riverside Marriot Hotel
Riverside, CA 92501
The aSa has submitted a letter to the committee expressing our concerns with the proposal. Click here to read the aSa's comments.
Included in the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area Business Plan 2013 Fee Proposal below is the revised fee proposal.
"The adjusted 2014 fee for the Special Area Individual SRP would be $35 per seven-day period (week) when purchased off-site and $50 per week when purchased on-site. In addition, a seasonal permit would be available at off-site sales locations and at both BLM Ranger Stations for $150 per primary vehicle. Weekly permit prices would increase by $5 in 2016. Season permits would increase by $15 in the same year."
To view the entire document, please click on the link below.
Fee Proposal Document
If you are unhappy with the BLM's new fee proposal, this is your chance to let your voice be heard. According to the BLM's press release, people who wish to bring recreation fee matters to the attention of the committee may file written statements with the committee before the meeting. A public input session will be provided during the meeting for individuals who wish to address the DAC. Comments will be limited to three minutes per person.
Written comments should be sent to Teri Raml, Bureau of Land Mangement, 22835 Calle San Juan de Los Lagos, Moreno Valley, CA 94553, or [email protected]
Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area Management Plan
The Center for Biological Diversity(CBD), which had originally filed the lawsuit that resulted in the current closures at Glamis, has exercised its right under the prior court order to challenge the new RAMP. The CBD indicated that it was planning to ask the judge to keep the existing dune closures in place (or close additional areas) while the release of the new RAMP is being litigated. To avoid potential additional closures and to save time and money, the U.S. Attorney (counsel for the BLM) and the counsel for the CBD agreed that the current closures remain in place in exchange for an accelerated briefing and hearing schedule.
With this agreement, the new RAMP will be put on hold and there will be no changes in the current closures; however, there will be an accelerated briefing schedule.
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