The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has been tasked with developing an Environment Impact Report (EIR) as part of the Burning Man’s desire to grow from 80,000 participants to 100,000.
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Well, let’s just say their initial 400-page report was not met with a favorable reaction.  Nearly 200 people filled the room and heckled BLM officials at a recent meeting.  Among other things, the EIR includes dumpsters (which the residents of Reno would approve since dumpsters all over town are over-filled with items Burners do not want to take home), drug searches and barriers.

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