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City of Chino Files Motion to Intervene with State’s Expedited Progress

Late last Friday, attorneys Deborah Fox and Ed Grutzmacher from Meyers Naves filed a motion to intervene to allow the City of Chino’s interests to be protected in regards to the reuse of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s (CDCR) Heman G. Stark site.

The motion to intervene, if granted, would allow the City to participate as an active party in the federal case and comment on the recent proposed accelerated plan that calls for the elimination of critical California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) components.

Go here to read the full press release issued by the City of Chino.