Join us for our Annual Goal-Setting Meeting
Saturday, February 3rd, 2024
Help us set our goals for 2024. We want to hear your ideas!
SCOPE Meeting Date Delayed to Saturday Feb 3rd.
Council member Marsha McClean will attend to discuss
City Open Space Strategy and the Cemex Mine in Canyon Country
Join us at the SCOPE 2024 goal-setting meeting and
help us decide our focus issues for the coming year.
3:30-5:30 Feb 3rd.
Stevenson Ranch County Library
25950 The Old Road, Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381
We will be attempting to livestream our meeting on Zoom here: https://zoom.us/j/93872020932
It is still best to come in person, as we aren’t sure this will work.
We will hear from Council woman McLean on the City’s efforts to oppose the CEMEX mine in Canyon County. This is a huge mining proposal in the eastern area of our Valley that would take down a whole hillside for aggregate. She will give us some background on the impacts, and an update on the current status. We also thought our membership would want to hear about the City’s efforts to purchase and preserve open space in our valley, how it is funded and strategy.
SCOPE updates and reports
4:30PM Presentation from Councilwoman Mclean
Set goals for for 2024
Discuss events, fundraising
New business from the floor
SCOPE Summer 2023 General Meeting
Click here for experimental zoom of our meeting: https://zoom.us/j/97377072959?pwd=WllmVVNMdTA0SFhBRVV2TmNVYlRHdz09
We’re in the park, so fingers crossed everything works!
Grab a camp chair or blanket and meet us in Pico Cyn under the “Old Glory” Oak , Pico Canyon Park
25600 Pico Canyon Rd, Stevenson Ranch 91381
Saturday Aug. 5th, 9:00AM
Breakfast refreshments will be provided
- Introductions, reports
- Update on SCOPE Activities and local issues including Pico Oak Landmark status, local development projects and wildlife corridor, SCOPE Radio and more.
- Upcoming Events
- Board elections—4 seats
- Discussion of a potential bylaw change to add additional board members
- Suggestions and ideas from the Membership
- Meet other SCOPE members and find out how you can get involved to protect our local environment.
- Think globally—act locally