Menifee Environmental Justice Workshop draws few public participants

Doug Darnell, Menifee senior planner and Kimley-Horn Consultants prepare for the Environmental Justice Workshop June 29 at the Motte Historical Museum that brought few residents but many comments. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
An Environmental Justice Workshop in Menifee brought few residents to the meeting to discuss many major environmental issues facing the public in the next few years including air quality, water quality and nutrition and access to healthy foods. The public workshop moderated by Menifee Senior Planner Doug Darnell, brought representatives from Kimley-Horn Consultants for the presentation that was to seek public input on a newer addition to the city’s sixth annual state Housing Community Development requirement for an environmental justice report that must be submitted later this month. The workshop, held after public notice was posted at the Motte Historical Museum at 28380 Highway 74, brought less than a dozen people for the meet designed to solicit comments from residents on the is
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