East Altamont Power Project Community Calendar
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Community Calendar Announcement

December 11, 2001

Dear Editor/Publisher:

If your publication, radio or television station offers a calendar of community events, you may want to include news of the following workshop.

The California Energy Commission staff will conduct a workshop to discuss the Preliminary Staff Assessment on the proposed East Altamont Energy Center as follows:


10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Hall
527 North Livermore Avenue
Livermore, California
(Wheelchair Accessible)

The workshop will provide an opportunity for staff to receive comments on its technical analysis from the applicant, members of the public, intervenors in the proceeding, and local, state, and federal agencies. Comments will be used to revise the Preliminary Staff Assessment and will be incorporated into the Final Staff Assessment.

The East Altamont Energy Center, proposed by East Altamont Energy Center LLC, is a 1,100-megawatt, natural gas-fired, combined cycle facility. It would be built on a 174-acre parcel located approximately 1 mile west of the San Joaquin County line and 1 mile southeast of the Contra Costa County line.

Members of the public and interested agencies are invited to participate and provide comments. Time will be reserved to allow members of the public to comment. Those who wish further information about how to participate should contact Roberta Mendonca, the Commission's Public Adviser, at (916) 654-4489, toll free in California at (800) 822-6228, or by e-mail at pao@energy.state.ca.us.

he Commission's Web Site contains current information on the proposed project at:


Please contact me at (916) 654-4989 if you prefer to have your name removed from our mailing list. Thank you.


Mary Ann Costamagna
Information Officer

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