MARINES, BLM, HOLD MEETING TOMORROW ON USE OF JOHNSON VALLEY

MARINES, BLM, HOLD MEETING TOMORROW ON USE OF JOHNSON VALLEY

Under the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014, some 56,000 acres in Johnson Valley was designated for shared use between the public and the Marine Corps. Reporter Mike Lipsitz shares more on the subject …
Representatives from the Marine Corps and the Bureau of Land Management will hold a public meeting on land use in the Johnson Valley area. The meeting takes place April 1 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Lucerne Valley Community Center on State Route 247 in Lucerne Valley. Thousands of acres in the Shared Use Area are set aside for public recreation for 10 months out of the year, and restricted to large-scale military training exercises the other two months. The adjacent Johnson Valley OHV Recreation Area remains open to the public during the closure. The purpose of Saturday’s meeting is to present the Marine Corps’ planned large-scale exercise during August. Information on temporary land closures and public safety will be discussed. For more information, see http://www.29palms.marines.mil/Staff/G5-Government-and-External-Affairs/Johnson-Valley/ or contact the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Public Affairs Office at 760-830-6213.

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