The second in a series of Konocti Regional Trails Master Planning Public Workshops was held on January 23rd, 2010 at the Lower Lake Museum. A maximimum-capacity crowd of nearly 100 people attended!
Lake County Public Services Department - in conjunction with trails consultants Alta Planning & Design and Barbara Rice of the National Parks Service - hosted the second of three workshops to obtain public comment on the development of the Konocti Regional Trails Master Plan.
Attendees participated in an interactive, fun workshop which allowed community members to discuss their ideas regarding policies, planning, trail design and conceptual trail connections. The workshop consisted of a power point presentation on the trails plan and two breakout sessions. The first breakout session allowed participants to choose a specific track, either policy, planning or trail design. The second breakout session was divided into six geographical study areas to review potential trail routes derived from a previous workshop and Internet survey, and to solicit ideas on conceptual trail routes that were possibly missing.
Representatives from the Lake County Sierra Club, Lake County Area Planning Commission, the US Forest Service, California State Parks, Friends of Boggs Mountain, Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association, the Equestrian Women of the Toll Road, Supervisor Rushing, county staff and the general public were in attendance.
Workshop 2 Agenda and Materials: