IN KCET’s ReWire blog, writer Chris Clarke takes the DRECP bureaucrats to task for spending years on a highly technical, multi-thousand-page document that only professionals can comprehend—and then giving the public all of 90 days to comment on it.
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As Chris so ably points out, the DRECP seems custom-designed to confuse and exhaust the public. Still, it has MAJOR, GLARING gaps and flaws. The Alliance for Desert Preservation is now mobilizing public comments that will bring these gaps and flaws to light. The defects in the DRECP are too big to ignore.