SIGNIFICANT DEGRADING OF PANORAMIC HILL ENVIRONMENT

Panoramic Hill, particularly the north side, faces a SIGNIFICANT degrading of the environment. Those are UC’s words and of great legal importance . This “gift” is from UC.  This new environmental impact report is a result of UC losing lawsuit regarding the issues of NOISE and TRANSPORTATION.  The lawsuit number is RG10499854.  Go to ‘Alameda County superior court domain web’ and put the case number in order to read documents submitted to the court and the judge’s ruling. (click on minutes)

Please make comments on the SEIR  (Supplemental Environmental Impact Report).  This definitely impacts your health and value of your property.  Email Jennifer McDougall  jmcdougall@cp.berkeley.edu

“The SEIR finds a new significant unavoidable noise impact due to use of simulated, amplified crowd
noise during temporarily relocated football practice at Witter Field, east of the CMS. The SEIR also
analyzes changed circumstances or new information related to a deferral of construction of the Maxwell
Family Field Parking Structure analyzed as a component of the IP EIR, as well as other project changes
and new information or changed circumstances related to the implementation of the CMS West project.
The SEIR, as well as the original IP EIR, can be downloaded from the UC Berkeley Facilities Services
website at http://www.cp.berkeley.edu/SCIP/EIR.html. (The EIR on the overall long range plan for the
campus can be viewed at lrdp.berkeley.edu.) Community members are invited to attend a public hearing
to provide comment on the SEIR on Thursday, February 24, 2011, at the Unit 1 Residence Halls Multi?
Purpose Room, 2650 Durant Avenue, 7:00 to 8:30 PM. (Public parking is available for a fee at the
neighboring Underhill parking lot, accessed at Channing or Haste.) Comments on the SEIR must be
received in the UC Berkeley Planning Office, 300 A&E Building, UC Berkeley, Berkeley CA 94720?1382 or
via email to planning@berkeley.edu , or jmcdougall@cp.berkeley.edu by 5:00 PM, Monday, March 14, 2011.”

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