CERF Comments to San Diego City Council re: Fireworks Impacts to Wildlife, Air and Water Quality

Today, April 25, 2011: The San Diego City Council will consider passing municipal code amendments to exempt coastal fireworks from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requirements.

CERF’s initial comment letter was sent to the Council on April 21, 2011. The follow up letter below includes attached documents relating to potentially significant wildlife impacts from fireworks shows. These include declarations from recognized wildlife experts. CERF also includes documents indicating potentially significant water and air quality impacts from fireworks.

Letter: Code Amendments City Council Letter

Water and Air Quality Impacts: Summary of Exhibits

Water and Air Quality Impacts: Exhibits

Wildlife Impacts: Summary of Exhibits

Wildlife Impacts: Exhibits (all except Exh. 4)

Wildlife Impacts: Exhibit 4

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About CERF

Coastal Environmental Rights Foundation (CERF) is a nonprofit environmental organization founded by surfers at Coast Law Group LLP in North San Diego County and active throughout California’s coastal communities. CERF was established to aggressively advocate, including through litigation, for the protection and enhancement of coastal natural resources and the quality of life for coastal residents.
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2 Responses to CERF Comments to San Diego City Council re: Fireworks Impacts to Wildlife, Air and Water Quality

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