"The Merced River Plan is a big deal that the public is snoozing through," said Rick Deutsch, who has written a book about the park. "It could radically alter the facilities, parking and recreation at the park."..."In past plans the pizza parlors and retail shops were as protected as trail walking or family picnicking," Adair said. "We think -- and the ruling in the 9th Circuit strongly agreed -- that all recreation is not equal in a protected river corridor ... and those that focus on experiencing nature are deserving of a plan that protects and even enhances."
There will be a Merced River Plan Workshop in San Francisco, November 9th from 5-8 P.M.:
Here is the workbook to aid in citizenship endeavors: http://www.nps.gov/yose/parkmgmt/upload/Merced-Wkbk-web_interactive.pdf
Here is the link to other park planning processes: http://www.nps.gov/yose/parkmgmt/planning.htm
(These links have been posted in honor of political correctness, and therefore are devoid of my personal opinions).
By the way, did I write, in a now deleted group of posts, that I would burn this entire area from memory, or only that piece of granite portrayed on the CA quarters?
If you are daring and believe you can toe the line, politically incorrect responses to this post will be appreciated.