Local Native Culture is Threatened By Proposed Centennial Dam

March 6, 2017

Overview

NID’s proposed Centennial Dam will:

  • flood the Bear River Canyon from Meadow Vista to Hwy 174

  • destroy 25 homes and over 120 private property parcels

  • inundate the Bear River Campground, Dog Bar, and Taylor Crossing

  • re-route Nevada County traffic through Meadow Vista

  • destroy thousands of acres of prime oak woodland with fish & wildlife habitat, and current recreational use

  • threaten water supply to downstream users

  • burden taxpayers & ratepayers with nearly a billion dollars in debt

  • damage the health of the Sacramento River Delta

Please voice your concerns to the Army Corps of Engineers, there is an open scoping period where your

statements will be part of the public record. It is the job of the Army Corps of Engineers to investigate all possible impacts that are expressed by the public.

All public comment letters are due on or before Monday, April 10, 2017 to:

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

1325 J Street, Room 1350Sacramento, CA

95814–2922CESPK

CentennialReser@usace.army.mil

 

NOTE: For emailed comments, please include “NOI scoping for Proposed Centennial Reservoir Project EIS, SPK–2016–00030” in the subject line.

 

For further information contact:

Ms. Kara Hellige

970–259–1604

CESPKCentennialReser@usace.army.mil

 

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