Require a Fair and Transparent Consideration of Citizen Input Regarding The MDNS Decision
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April 6th marked the start of a 15-day comments period related to the City’s MDNS (Mitigated Designation of Non-Significance) and the release of numerous documents intended to support their MDNS designation. We understand the City has already decided to provide full environmental approval one day after the comments period ends, before even knowing what those comments might be. We also understand the City has no intent to revisit whether a full EIS (Environmental Impact Statement) should be required instead of an MDNS, regardless of what citizens officially say in commenting on the City’s justification for the MDNS.
Join us is demanding that the city provide a transparent and fair process regarding this important decision.
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