An open letter to the Yolo County Board of Supervisors: We are writing to express our deep concern about how Brenda Cedarblade and Ted Wilson have been treated since they acted on their right under the California Environmental Quality Act to challenge the Yolo County Board of Supervisors' decision to certify the Negative Declaration on Clark-Pacific's proposal to build and operate a pre-cast cement factory on land that is zoned agricultural.
It has come to our attention that the county is preparing to inspect the Historic Nelson Ranch and to possibly revoke conditional use permits related to the operation of Brenda and Ted's horse boarding business on the site. This action, if true, appears to be retaliation for Brenda and Ted's CEQA challenge. Retaliation by the government sets a precedent that could seriously threaten the use of CEQA as a tool to protect the environment by Californians.
We are concerned about the personal attacks and harassment being directed toward Brenda and Ted.
We ask that you and your colleagues investigate who is behind the harassment directed toward Ted and Brenda. We request that you intervene on plans by county staff to use CUP revocation as a means to retaliate against Ted and Brenda for their CEQA action. We ask that you do what you can to protect our ability to use CEQA as it was intended, and that you provide adequate protection of the civil liberties of the residents of Yolo County.
SHAWN SMALLWOOD, Davis and 12 others
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SHAWN SMALLWOOD COMMENTS ON HARASSMENT NELSON RANCH OWNERS
Marlene Botter who has
a competing horse ranch
has joined scam artist
Matt Rexroad in filing