Tioga Inn Final SEIR releasedFebruary 29th, 2020 by Arya, Communications Director
The Final Subsequent Environmental Impact Report the Tioga Inn project has been released. It is available on the Mono County website and at the Lee Vining Library.
To learn more about this project, and to have the opportunity to ask questions, please come to the Mono County Planning Department’s public workshop on the project on Tuesday, March 3 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Lee Vining Community Center (296 Mattly Avenue).
The Mono County Planning Commission meeting on the Tioga Inn development project is tentatively planned for March 23. The Planning Commission meeting will be the first decision point for project approval or denial. If you have concerns about the project, make sure to attend this meeting, or write a letter if you cannot make it. The Commission needs to hear from the public! Due to the developing nature of the timeline for this project, please check here to confirm meeting dates and times before traveling.
After the Mono County Planning Commission meeting, the project goes before the Mono County Board of Supervisors for a final decision.
About the Tioga Inn project
As proposed, the Tioga Inn is an unprecedented, large-scale development project that threatens to permanently alter the visual resources of the Mono Basin National Forest Scenic Area and the Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve and erase the small-town, rural character of Lee Vining.
To learn more about what the Tioga Inn project entails, we recommend starting with this article: Tioga Inn development proposes significant adverse impacts: Inadequate DSEIR prompts strong public response to Mono County.
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