Off Road Vehicle use in Cache Creek, Yolo County


Rick Williams
 

Hi All,  If you are hunkered down this weekend and have some extra time, the Yolo County Board of Supervisors will again be discussing the impacts of Off Road Vehicles in the bed and banks of Cache Creek at their upcoming supervisors meeting on July 13. 2021.   Although public access to the creek has been restricted by barriers on CRs 85 (Capay) and 94B, the county still maintains a large parking area and access  for OHVs on CR 87 (Esparto bridge).  The issue has been well laid out in past board meetings:

--https://yoloagenda.yolocounty.org/agenda_publish.cfm?id=0&mt=BOS&get_month=7&get_year=2020&dsp=agm&seq=9980&rev=1&min=3171&ln=32593#ReturnTo32593

 Public comments about the environmental impact of heavy OHV use have already been entered by the Cache Creek Conservancy and Yolo Audubon Society, but input from the general public is also welcome.   The agenda of the meeting (item #28) and instructions for how to attend the meeting virtually and/or how to submit comments  prior to the meeting by email follow.  This may be of interest especially to those who have personal or professional interest in the ecology of Cache Creek .

https://yoloagenda.yolocounty.org/agenda_publish.cfm?id=&mt=BOS&get_month=7&get_year=2021&dsp=ag&seq=3352
Thank you.

Rick Williams, Woodland, CA


Rick Williams
 

Link that did not copy re OHV 
https://yoloagenda.yolocounty.org/agenda_publish.cfm?id=0&mt=BOS&get_month=7&get_year=2020&dsp=agm&seq=9980&rev=1&min=3171&ln=32593#ReturnTo32593
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Rick Williams, Woodland, CA