This is a courtesy notice that on June 22, 2015, the County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the Mather Field project (Control No. PLNP2013-00044). The meeting begins at 5:30p.m. at the Board of Supervisors Chambers, 700 H Street, Suite 1450, Sacramento 95814.The Mather Field project (Control No. PLNP2013-00044), consisting of requests for General Plan Amendments, Amendment to the Transportation Diagram, Specific Plan Amendment, Zoning Ordinance Amendment, and Extension of Zinfandel Drive.County staff will provide a presentation on the project, expanding on details and input received from the June 8 workshop before the Planning Commission. There will be opportunity for the general public to provide further comments and input on the project. A memo to the staff report has been prepared, with public comments received during the workshop and on the draft Environmental Impact Report.The memo, staff report and other information about the project can be found at the Planning Commission’s agenda page: http://www.agendanet. saccounty.net/sirepub/ meetresults.aspx?meettype= County%20Planning% 20Commission%20Meetings.Staff recommendations on the project will be reviewed by the Planning Commission and forwarded to the Board of Supervisors for subsequent public hearings. If you have any questions, please contact Carol Gregory, Associate Planner, at (916) 874-5458.
On June 10, 2015 Larry Brilliant, APAC Mather Airport Master Plan subcommittee chair, provided an update on the Mather Field Revised Draft Environmental Impact Report (RDIER) at the El Dorado Hills Area Advisory Planning Committee (APAC) in El Dorado Hills, CA.
Larry spoke using a slide presentation, attached for your review: APAC Mather Airport Presentation 6.10.15 Rev 2
Larry Brilliant, Co-Chair CRMA to meet with El Dorado County Supervisor Michael Ranalli, District 4, Friday, April 3, 2015. See attached Agenda.
Attachment: Meeting Agenda Supervisor Michael Ranilli 4.3.15
Friday, February 20, 2015
Bill Bryant and Larry Brilliant, Co-Chairs of CRMA, met with El Dorado County Supervisors Ron Mikulaco, District 1 and Shiva Frentzen, District 2. See attached meeting agenda. Our main objective was to follow up on Larry Brilliant’s January 16, 2015 letter to all the El Dorado County Supervisors outlining CRMA’s Goal, what we are For and Against. See attached letter dated January 16, 2015. Additionally, at our meeting we requested that the El Dorado County Supervisors not settle any law suite short of our Goal, “Return the Mather Airport Cargo Operations back to its origin, the Sacramento International Airport”. Additionally, we requested that the El Dorado County Supervisors obtain an injunction to stop any and all Mather Airport Cargo improvements until the law suites are completed. We also recommended that El Dorado County join N.O.I.S.E., www.aviation-noise.org . This source would help the Supervisors obtain information concerning other Airport Noise issues occurring in other parts of the United States.
Mather noise lawsuits are still up in the air. After more than a decade of accusations, pleas, rejections and general wrangling, the gloves are off in what’s become a legal battle: El Dorado County and the City of Folsom are suing Sacramento County over longstanding complaints about noise from cargo planes landing and taking off at Mather Airport.
A large cargo plane had to make an emergency landing at Sacramento’s Mather Airport on Wednesday night after experiencing engine problems during take-off. See Story.