Sign Now to Show your Support
ONCE IT’S PAVED, IT’S OVER… this is the first step toward that pavement!!
Sign NOW! Please fill out the brief form below to submit your electronic signature in support of our request for support from the Home Owners Associations that are affected by current projects in the Glenshire area. Your signature shows that you support the above requests by SOS Glenshire. Here are a couple of guidelines:
- (1) signature per parcel please
- Your signature is the check-box at the end of this form. Be sure to click on the box to fill it in before you send your form
- Your signature authorizes your information to be added into an SOS Glenshire controlled web based system designed to tally the number of signatures received
The letter you are signing for support states the following:
Homeowner & Road Association Request Summary & Background
We, the undersigned, are concerned citizens who support our Homeowner and/or Road Associations and other governmental/environmental entities in taking a role in protecting our quality of life by actively participating in the customary public planning process regarding newly proposed developments in and around Eastern Truckee. A new development, Canyon Springs, was proposed for our area in June 2010. We understand this development plan consists of 185 home sites to be accessed through Glenshire and the Martis Peak Roads in Truckee and unincorporated Nevada County. We have significant concerns regarding the multiple impacts of the Canyon Springs development.
Actions Requested & Supported
We respectfully request that our Homeowner/Road Associations and relative governmental and local agencies place a high priority on protecting our property values, ecosystem and quality of life by continuing to support making available adequate contiguous open space for recreation, rejuvenation and wildlife movement. Further, we ask you to set aside time and funding for the professional review of documents such as Draft Environmental Impact Reports (DEIR), and expert reviews of such documents and related issues during the Town of Truckee and Nevada County planning processes for Canyon Springs.