National Park Service Amache Special Resource Study Public Scoping Meeting - Sacramento, CA [POSTPONED]

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Mar 202017
10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.

Buddhist Church of Sacramento
2401 Riverside Boulevard
Sacramento, California, 95818
United States


The National Park Service (NPS) announces the launch of a special resource study of the Granada Relocation Center, known as Amache.  Congress authorized this study to evaluate its national significance and determine the suitability and feasibility of designating it as a unit of the national park system.  The NPS would like to engage the public in discussions about Amache.

The purpose of the public meetings are to:
1. Increase understanding of the study, why it's conducted and the study process
2. For the NPS to learn from participants about resources and issues.
3. For the NPS to hear participants' goals and vison for the study and outcomes.

Meetings will be held in Arvada, Colorado (April 9).

Based on recommendations from federal, state and local health authorities, the NPS has decided to postpone the public meetings in California that were being held as part of the Amache Special Resource Study. The NPS will notify stakeholders and the public once new dates for the public meetings have been identified.

Link for responding to public comment questions:

https://parkplanning.nps.gov/document.cfm?parkID=415&projectID=92521&documentID=101266

 

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