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Saturday, September 22, 2007

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Coastal Commission to Hold Hearing, Make Decision Whether to Allow Toll Highway Thru San Onofre State Beach Park

Save the Date—October 11 th ! Attend the October 11th California Coastal Commission (CCC) meeting in San Pedro and tell the Coastal Commissioners to deny the proposed Foothill South Toll Road through San Onofre State Beach. The most important hurdle before the TCA is the powerful, non-partisan Coastal Commission. The Coastal Commission will be meeting in October to decide whether to approve construction of the toll road in the coastal zone. Additionally, the Coastal Commission is charged with making sure the TCA’s road doesn’t pollute the water or harm the surf at Trestles. We expect that the TCA will spend a lot of time and money convincing the CCC that their road is a good idea. We need you to attend the Coastal Commission meeting and let the Commissioners know that Trestles and the San Mateo Campground are too important to be sacrificed for a “pay to drive” road.

Please mark your calendars and plan to take a day off of work or school to join us at this important hearing on October 11 th . The hearing will be held at the Crowne Plaza Los Angeles Harbor Hotel at 601 S. Palos Verdes Street , San Pedro CA 90731. We will also be providing free bus transportation to those who are interested. Do your part to ensure that a great campground, great community and great surf beach remain livable, pristine and protected. We owe it to our community, our kids and future generations. For more information contact Robin Everett at robin.everett@sierraclub.org or call 949-361-7534 Sincerely, Friends of the Foothills Campaign.

http://savesanonofre.com/

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