Despite Objections the City of Morro Bay Rubber Stamps Development

Dear Stakeholder: Please see the linked legal public notice below.

Despite a long list of citizens’ objections, it seems that the City of Morro Bay is once again piece-mealing the Panorama project and skirting around an Environmental Impact Report. This “negative declaration” makes it clear that City officials aren’t willing to respond to citizen concerns in a meaningful and comprehensive manner.

According to the City, stakeholders’ concerns are “less than significant.”

Piece-mealing a project is illegal; this is established California law. Citizens of Morro Bay deserve a complete picture of what is being planned for 3300 Panorama before construction begins. That is why an EIR is critical for to protect the taxpayers, residents, local ecology and the City of Morro Bay for future generations.

Public Notice – February 28, 2018

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There is a statutory public comment period through March 30, 2018. Now is the time to send your written comments to:

City of Morro Bay
Attn: Nancy Hubbard
955 Shasta Ave.
Morro Bay, CA 93442

Concerned Resident 195