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  Richmond Bay Campus, Draft Long Range Development Plan
August 13, 2013


As you may know, the University of California proposes to establish a new research campus at properties it owns in Richmond for selected Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory research programs and for development of additional research facilities for UC Berkeley.  The proposed Richmond Bay Campus is being planned jointly by UC Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Berkeley with critical input from the Richmond community.

For more than a year, we have been collecting comments and suggestions from community members, city officials, and other interested parties through e-mails, in the mail and at community meetings in Richmond. The draft Long Range Development Plan for the Richmond Bay Campus describes the proposed framework that will guide the development of the campus - including an overview of the vision and the research potential for the Richmond Bay Campus, long term planning for open space, site access and development of the site through the year 2050. 

We invite you to read the draft Long Range Development Plan for the Richmond Bay Campus. To review the plan on the web, please go to: http://richmondbaycampus.lbl.gov/environmental_documents-dev.html
If you have questions about the Long Range Development Plan feel free to send an email to rbc@lbl.gov.

In a related action, we expect to publish a Draft Environmental Impact Report at the end of this month, and a public hearing will also be scheduled where community comments will be received and recorded.

Please share this invitation with others who may be interested, and thank you for your input in the long term planning for the Richmond Bay Campus. 

Thank You.

Armando Viramontes

Armando A. Viramontes
Government & Community Relations Representative
Public Affairs
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory