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News.bytesNews.bytes Extra, issue 356


Community dedicates emergency equipment storage facility on former BLM land

On October 17, 2008 a ribbon cutting event was held at the new emergency equipment storage facility in Canyon Lake, in Riverside County.  BLM's Palm Springs-South Coast Field Manager, John Kalish, joined Congressman Darrell Issa and officials from the community of Canyon Lakes for the festivities. 

The facility is built on former BLM public land transferred to the community under the right-of-way authority of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act, issued to the city of Canyon Lake in July 2007.  The storage yard occupies 1/3 of an acre of land and was built on a parcel adjacent to the community fire station.

A rather large group stands before the yellow ribbon as it is about to be cut with "golden" scissors

- K. Minster, 11/3/08


BLM-California News.bytes, issue 356


 
Last updated: 11-05-2008