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I sent placer county an email, here is the response I got back....


Hello Brian,

Thank you for your correspondence. I have added your email address to our Rubicon mailing list. Please reply with your mailing address, as we are trying to find a room large enough to hold the public meeting and would like to send out notices in the mail. We are in the process of confirming the date, time, and place and will forward that information as soon as we can. Also, if there are others who would like to be notified of the public meeting, please have them forward their addresses to [email protected]

As you may or may not be aware, Placer County received a notice of violation letter on December 1, 2000 from the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Board) for discharging and threatening to discharge wastes from McKinney-Rubicon Springs Road to McKinney Creek in violation of Cease and Desist Order No. 6-94-20. The portion of the road that is within Placer County's jurisdiction is approximately from Evergreen Way to approximately Miller Lake. Per the due dates outlined in the Regional Board letter, the County was required to propose a spring 2001 strategy to reduce OHV use during saturated soil conditions as well as submit a conceptual plan for repairing and/or reconstructing erosion control/runoff treatment measures for McKinney-Rubicon Springs Road. The Regional Board letter specifically stated that failure to submit the requested information would result in the imposition of administrative civil liabilities of potentially $1,000 per day of violation. In response, Placer County submitted a letter on January 22, 2001, describing the County's commitment to not perform early snow removal on McKinney-Rubicon Springs Road, as well as plans to temporarily preclude access to the road by using snow and/or boulders at the Evergreen Way entrance until conditions are acceptable for the entrance to be re-opened in or before May 2001. The County's response letter also described plans to evaluate the conditions of the road as soon as access is possible in 2001, and to rebuild or repair, as appropriate, all upper road section erosion control features.

If you have questions regarding these regulatory requirements, please contact Kara Russell, Water Resources Control Engineer, at 530-542-5570, or Lauri Kemper, Senior Water Resources Control Engineer, at 530-542-5436.

Placer County's goal is, in as much as possible, to come to a mutually agreeable conclusion regarding protecting the use of McKinney-Rubicon Springs Road and protecting the water quality of Lake Tahoe and its tributaries.

Thank you for your patience.

Rebecca Bond
Associate Civil Engineer
Placer County
Department of Public Works


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Here is the one I received today!
Hello Jason,

Thank you for your correspondence. I have added your email address to
our Rubicon mailing list. Please reply with your mailing address, as
we are trying to find a room large enough to hold the public meeting and
would like to send out notices in the mail. We are in the process of
confirming the date, time, and place and will forward that information
as soon as we can. Also, if there are others who would like to be
notified of the public meeting, please have them forward their addresses to
[email protected]

As you may or may not be aware, Placer County received a notice of
violation letter on December 1, 2000 from the Lahontan Regional Water
Quality Control Board (Regional Board) for discharging and threatening to
discharge wastes from McKinney-Rubicon Springs Road to McKinney Creek in
violation of Cease and Desist Order No. 6-94-20. The portion of the
road that is within Placer County's jurisdiction is approximately from
Evergreen Way to approximately Miller Lake. Per the due dates outlined
in the Regional Board letter, the County was required to propose a
spring 2001 strategy to reduce OHV use during saturated soil conditions as
well as submit a conceptual plan for repairing and/or reconstructing
erosion control/runoff treatment measures for McKinney-Rubicon Springs
Road. The Regional Board letter specifically stated that failure to
submit the requested information would result in the imposition of
administrative civil liabilities of potentially $1,000 per day of violation. In
response, Placer County submitted a letter on January 22, 2001,
describing the County's commitment to not perform early snow removal on
McKinney-Rubicon Springs Road, as well as plans to temporarily preclude
access to the road by using snow and/or boulders at the Evergreen Way
entrance until conditions are acceptable for the entrance to be re-opened in
or before May 2001. The County's response letter also described plans
to evaluate the conditions of the road as soon as access is possible in
2001, and to rebuild or repair, as appropriate, all upper road section
erosion control features.

If you have questions regarding these regulatory requirements, please
contact Kara Russell, Water Resources Control Engineer, at 530-542-5570,
or Lauri Kemper, Senior Water Resources Control Engineer, at
530-542-5436.

Placer County's goal is, in as much as possible, to come to a mutually
agreeable conclusion regarding protecting the use of McKinney-Rubicon
Springs Road and protecting the water quality of Lake Tahoe and its
tributaries.

Thank you for your patience.

Rebecca Bond
Associate Civil Engineer
Placer County
Department of Public Works



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