coastal development

Offshore Wind on the California Coast announced today

“This historic announcement, which could provide clean power for up to 1.6 million homes over the next decade, represents the innovative approach we need for a clean energy economy that protects the coasts, fisheries, marine life, and Tribal and cultural resources we value so much as Californians.” Offshore Wind on the California Coast announced today […]

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Preserve Rural Sonoma County supporting more time for Local Coastal Plan review

If you love our coast, read and react. Action is needed to slow down the Sonoma County Local Coastal Plan Update. The County is trying to push this through for final vote before the end of the month. It’s a long document that will have effects for years to come. So far we have found

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More letters for slowing down Local Coastal Plan

Please read the revised LCP – available at local Sonoma County library branches and at some post offices, as well as on-line  https://sonomacounty.ca.gov/PRMD/Long-Range-Plans?Local-Coastal-Program/Public-Revierw-Draft/#separateSections and participate in the public meetings on the coast and in Santa Rosa. Dear friends, Sonoma County is poised to sell out our coastline. The public must speak out en masse, now,

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Local Coastal Plan (LCP) needs more time to review say locals

The LCP is 475 pages long and not an easy read. 6 weeks for public review before the couple of public workshops is NOT enough time. The first LCP had 95 people, 5 Technical Committees (scientific), 4 Citizen committees, and took 4 years . WHAT”‘S THE RUSH?   Subject: Fwd: If you care about the

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Napa County has taken a decade to create a climate action plan

They will be coming after our coasts next…..”A National Academy of Sciences study estimated that the total area within the continental United States suitable for premium wine growing could be reduced as much as 81 percent by the end of this century under a high-emissions scenario, primarily due to an increase in extremely hot summer

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“Power, Influence and Obfuscation: A Plan to Game the California Coastal Act”

April 13-15th the California Coastal Commission (CCC) will be meeting at the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors chambers. The CCC will only accept public comments on the 13th and 14th. Please show up and let them know we are watching every move they make. Governor Brown’s appointees were the commissioners who led the coup to

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