Permanent Protection of PG&E's Chili Bar Property with a Conservation Easement
On May 14, 2018, a conservation easement was recorded to protect the Beneficial Public Values of the lands owned by PG&E at the Chili Bar planning unit. The conservation easement is held by Mother Lode Land Trust.
Revised Final Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan Adoption - Lands to be Retained by PG&E
At its September 10, 2014 meeting, the board adopted the Chili Bar Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan for the Chili Bar planning unit located in El Dorado County, California.
At its September 20, 2017 meeting, the board approved a revision to the Final Chili Bar Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan for the Chili Bar planning unit adding outdoor recreation to the list of bennificial public values listed.
The Chili Bar LCCP describes how the proposed transactions and related agreements conform to and fulfill all requirements of the 2003 Settlement Agreement and Stipulation.
The draft LCCP was made available for public review and comment for a 30-day period from June 9, 2014 to July 9, 2014.
At its September 16, 2010 meeting, the board recommended that PG&E retain all of the lands (approximately 405 acres) in the Chili Bar planning unit, located in El Dorado County.
At its May 2, 2012 meeting, the board recommended the Mother Lode Land Trust as the prospective conservation easement holder on the property.