MEETING NOTICE: ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING JOHNSON VALLEY USE AREA

MEETING NOTICE: ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING JOHNSON VALLEY USE AREA

The American Motorcyclist Association believes you may be interested in attending the upcoming meeting regarding the Shared Use Area in Johnson Valley. Representatives from the Marine Corps and the Bureau of Land Management will host a Resource Management Group meeting to communicate the Marine Corps’ plans to conduct a large-scale exercise this summer. Information concerning temporary land closures of the Johnson Valley Shared Use Area and public safety information will be discussed with attendees. All members of the public are welcome to attend.

The Johnson Valley Shared Use Area will be temporarily closed to the public August 1-30, while the Marine Corps conducts military training to support a large-scale exercise. This closure period will include the time required to ensure the Shared Use Area is clear of recreation activity prior to training, and confirm the land is clear of hazards prior to reopening the land for public access. The adjacent Johnson Valley OHV Recreation Area will remain open to the public during the closure of the Shared Use Area. The Marine Corps will continue to conduct outreach to ensure the public is informed of the temporary change in land use.

When: 10-11 a.m. on Saturday, April 14

Where: Lucerne Valley Community Center, 33187 Highway 247 East, Lucerne Valley, Calif.

Contact: (760) 830-3737 or smbplmsjohnsonvalley@usmc.mil

If you are not yet an AMA member, please join the AMA to help us fight efforts to restrict responsible motorized recreation.  More members means more clout against our opponents, and your support will help us fight for your riding rights – on the road, trail, racetrack, and in the halls of government. To join, go to AmericanMotorcyclist.com/membership/join.

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Thank you in advance for attending. If you attend, please email the AMA at grassroots@ama-cycle.org.
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