El Monte Bus Pick Up RVSP - San Gabriel Mountains Forever Event
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
El Monte, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
El Monte Bus Pick Up - San Gabriel Mountains Forever Event
Pick Up Location: El Monte High School
Pick Up Time: 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Return Time: 7:30pm - 8:00pm
Join Us at a Community Meeting to Tell the Obama Administration to Protect the San Gabriels as a National Monument! You can register on this eventbrite page for a seat on a bus for free! If you do not need to or want to take the bus, you may also register just for the event and commuting there yourself.
TO REGISTER FOR BUS: YOU MUST RVSP ON EVENTBRITE (THIS PAGE) OR BY EMAILING ANDREW@BIKESGV.ORG TO RESERVE A SEAT ON A BUS. YOU MUST ALSO SIGN A WAIVER TO BOARD THE BUS. You should have a waiver given to you by the person that registered you or email. There will also be waivers at the pick up locations, however, a parent must sign off for all minors (under 18).
TO REGISTER FOR ATTENDING THE HEARING:
RSVP HERE: http://www.sangabrielmountains.org/RSVP_obama_administration_community_meeting
Living in Southern California it’s hard to not notice the majestic San Gabriel Mountains. This wild area is comprised of 532,000 acres of forests and mountains, with several peaks that rise over 9,000 feet. The dramatic mountains, majestic forests and clear rivers provide one-third of Los Angeles County's drinking water and recreation opportunities for over 17 million people.
Representative Judy Chu and local leaders are working to protect the San Gabriel Mountains through legislation, but gridlock in Congress has prevented the region from receiving the timely protections it deserves.
Fortunately, we have a new opportunity to permanently protect our beloved San Gabriel Mountains.
The Obama administration is holding a community meeting about the future of the San Gabriels to explore opportunities for enhancing access, recreational use and protection of scenic, cultural and historic areas of interest in the mountains. We should tell the Administration to designate this magnificent place as a national monument. This would begin fulfilling the vision of permanently protecting the San Gabriel Mountains, improving the visitor experience, and increasing community access. It’s vital we show strong support for a national monument by packing the meeting with hundreds of supporters.