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Marines to hold meeting at Johnson Valley

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Maj Valerie Hodgson will be back to present a public outreach brief at the meeting of the Homestead Valley Community Council on Monday, Dec. 17, at the Johnson Valley Community Center.

She’ll be talking about the Marine Corps and MCAGCC in general, economics, community activities, encroachment issues (particularly from renewable energy), noise, and update on land expansion.

You are welcome to ask any questions you like and she’ll do her best to answer them on the spot.

This is our first Marine meeting in Johnson Valley in a long time, don’t miss it. Doors open at 2:30 p.m., meeting begins at 3:00.

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  1. Mike Hawkins Mike Hawkins says:

    Tomorrow Afternoon

    Reminder No. 2: Maj Valerie Hodgson will present a public outreach brief at the Homestead Valley Community Council meeting which starts at 3:00 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 17, at the Johnson Valley Community Center. Her topics include the Marine Corps and MCAGCC in general, economics, community activities, encroachment issues (particularly from renewable energy), noise, – AND UPDATE ON LAND EXPANSION. – There will be time for questions afterward.

  2. HogWild HogWild says:

    Dan, you should pin this lest we forget. Need all eyes on this at least for the next 24 hours. Been quiet on this front lately with the elections and all. Be interesting to hear what direction the Marine Corps has taken after so many voiced their concerns about the fiscal impact that this land seizure would have on the surrounding communities.

  3. Mike Hawkins Mike Hawkins says:

    TODAY

  4. Mike Hawkins Mike Hawkins says:

    Major Val had very little that’s new except…

    The Marines are expected to throw us a couple more crumbs by increasing the shared area by a few acres and letting the BLM manage its use.

    The decision should be officially released this week.

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