The Alameda County landfill on Vasco Road has a Committee that disperses funds collected as mitigation for the collection and burial of trash on Vasco Road. This public entity, named Altamont Landfill Open Space Committee (ALOSC) supports preservation of lands in Eastern Alameda County having significant value for protecting native biological biodiversity and wildlife habitat, or significant value for visual character and/or non-motorized recreation.
This Committee is ready and prepared to act on the opportunity to use its funds to ensure the permanent preservation of Tesla Park by offering to purchase the land from the State Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Division. The following local State Senators and State Assembly Members have all jumped on board and offered to sign a letter to the Director of State Parks asking her to approve selling Tesla Park to a local entity such as East Bay Regional Parks to preserve it forever.
cc: Alameda County BOS
Livermore City Council
With all of these key people backing this proposal, we're feeling confident that the sale will be allowed to go through. Stay connected to see how this issue will pan out.
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