Comments due July 11th: Speak up for wetlands and the wildlife that depend on them by commenting on the City’s NOP

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Dear wetland supporters,


Thank you to the crowds of ReWild fans who came to the City’s Scoping Meeting on Wednesday, June 20th. IF YOU WERE NOT ABLE TO ATTEND, DON’T WORRY- YOU CAN STILL SUBMIT COMMENTS UNTIL JULY 11TH! It’s time to let the City know that their plans are not acceptable.





By email: submit comments with subject line “De Anza Cove Amendment to the Mission Bay Park Master Plan” to 


By mail: send to Sara Osborn, Environmental Planner, City of San Diego Planning Department, 9485 Aero Drive, MS 413, San Diego, CA 92123.



On the 20th, the City held an EIR “Scoping Meeting” to push the flawed De Anza plans up the chain towards City Council. At this meeting attendees had a chance to ask questions about the NOP (Notice of Preparation) of a Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for these plans that will not restore sustainable wetlands for future generations. We encourage all of you to email the City with your thoughts about this NOP. 


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At a crucial point in the battle to protect Mission Bay’s wetlands, we’re asking to you please submit your comments on the City’s NOP by next Wednesday, July 11th. Future generations are depending on US to protect this endangered habitat.