Preserve Lamorinda Open Space

HELP SAVE THE PAINTED ROCKS!


Together we can preserve a key open space fro current and future penerations of people and wildlife to enjoy!
WHAT YOU CAN DO:

1. DONATE TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF THE PAINTED ROCKS.

Visit JMLT website to make a secure online donation or get information about sending a check.

2. MORAGA RESIDENTS: PLEASE ATTEND THE TOWN COUNCIL MEETING ON APRIL 10

On Wednesday, April 10, the Moraga Town Council will consider making a financial contribution toward JMLT’s acquisition of the Painted Rocks parcel. Please come to this meeting, even if you don’t wish to speak. A good turnout sends a strong signal to the Council that this acquisition is a high community priority.

3. MORAGA RESIDENTS: PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL OR LETTER

Please send an email or letter to the Council sharing your feelings about a Town of Moraga contribution toward this project. If possible, submit your letter by Tuesday, April 9 so the Council can read it before the meeting.

Send your email directly to the following email addresses:

Mayor Roger Wykle:    rwykle@moraga.ca.us
Vice-Mayor Kymberleigh Korpus:    kkorpus@moraga.ca.us
Councilmember Renata Sos:    rsos@moraga.ca.us
Councilmember Steve Woehleke:   swoehleke@moraga.ca.us
Councilmember Mike McCluer:   mmcluer@bowlesverna.com
Moraga Town Clerk:   mcinturf@moraga.ca.usm

Address your message to:
Mayor Wykle and the Moraga Town Council


If sending a hardcopy letter (emails and paper letters are equally helpful) address it as follows:
Mayor Wykle and the Moraga Town Council
329 Rheem Blvd.
Moraga, CA 94556

Re:Painted Rock

LETTER CONTENT:
There are many reasons for the Town of Moraga to support this project. Please share those most meaningful to you. Even a short letter of only a few sentences can have a big impact. The most important thing is to express them in your own words.

The benefits to the Town of supporting this project include:

1. A spectacular new public park for Moragans to enjoy, to be managed and maintained by JMLT at no ongoing cost to the Town of Moraga.

2. Permanent preservation of one of the most prominent and visually striking vistas in Moraga.

3. Creation of a regional outdoor recreation destination linking together the 505-acre Painted Rocks/Palos Colorados/Bellavista trail systems, which will draw visitors to Moraga’s Rheem Shopping area and support local commerce.

4. Relieving the Town of Moraga of the future burden of highly controversial, expensive, and time-consuming development applications on the Painted Rocks parcel.

The cities of Lafayette, Walnut Creek, and Martinez have already partnered with JMLT by contributing toward the purchase open space in their communities. At last, Moraga has the chance to do so too, by preserving perhaps the most prominent piece of open space left in the heart of Moraga.

Thank you for your support of this wonderful conservation opportunity!


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