Please attend the Gregory Canyon Landfill hearing tomorrow. This dangerous project would impact our watersheds and beaches downstream. See the following notice from our friends at Sierra Club for information and transportation.

As you know the proposed Gregory Canyon Landfill threatens the San Luis Rey River and its vital fresh water supplies. It would also desecrate a sacred mountain. The US Army Corps of Engineers will hold a public hearing to “scope” the contents of an Environmental Impact Statement being prepared for the project. We hope to get a large turnout to demonstrate opposition to the project. Testimony is welcome and should focus on the lack of demonstrable need for the landfill and the imperative of a Least Environmentally Damaging Practicable Alternative (LEDPA) that does not have the severe impacts associated with this site.
Here are the particulars:

June 3, 2010
6:00 p.m.
City of San Marcos Senior Center
Horizon Room
111 Richmar Avenue,
San Marcos, CA 92069
Please let your members know and otherwise try to round up attendance — especially by signing up for the chartered bus the Sierra Club is organizing. Here is the information for the bus — please pass along!
Ride With Us on a Charter Bus To Protect Drinking Water!
Gregory Canyon Landfill Army Corps of Engineering Hearing
June 3, 2010 6:00pm
City of San Marcos Senior Center (Horizon Room)
111 Richmar Avenue

4:30 PM — Bus departs Sierra Club office
8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego
Return, leave Senior Center between 8:30 and 9:00
** Snacks and Water, will be provided
LET US DO THE DRIVING!
Call 858-569-6005 to save your space!

Please ATTEND the public meeting and tell the Army Corps of Engineers to protect our aquifers, the San Luis Rey river basin, the wildlife and precious drinking water supplies that come from this region! We need to make a bold statement; the more people who attend the meeting, the louder the message will be to the Corps.
It is important that the Army Corps get the message loud and clear that placing a garbage dump in a river basin makes NO SENSE! Garbage and water is a recipe for disaster.

For more information contact Ed Kimura at emkimura@earthlink.net or 858-569-2025; or Pam Epstein at pepstein@sierraclubsandiego.org or 858.569.6005.