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Review Process

City Council, Planning Commission hold informational meetings to explain environmental review process

On August 17, 2010 the environmental review process for the proposed Saltworks Project was presented at the Redwood City Planning Commission meeting, and on August 23, 2010, the City Council of Redwood City hosted the same presentation. These informational meetings were not intended to take public comment regarding the Saltworks Project EIR (those meetings are coming up this fall and winter). Also on August 23, in addition to the environmental review process presentation the Council approved amendments to contracts with consultants that will sustain the environmental review and public meetings/information process (with costs to be reimbursed by the developer).

During both meetings City staff and City consultants explained the proposed environmental review process and outlined the opportunities for public involvement and participation. In brief, the presentation explained that the remainder of 2010 and the beginning of 2011 will be utilized for a detailed Scoping Process for the Saltworks Project EIR.  “Scoping” refers to the CEQA process whereby the lead agency (in this case the City of Redwood City) invites the public, including other local, state, and federal agencies to share their views regarding what project-related information and analyses they feel should be included in the EIR. 

 

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