Local Coastal Plan (LCP)

Coastal Commission votes for pesticide restriction in Malibu LCP

Will Sonoma County follow suit or cave to big ag? Coastal Commission votes for pesticide restriction in Malibu LCP A BIG WIN FOR MALIBU’S WILDLIFE, PEOPLE, CHILDREN, AND PETS The Coastal Commission took a giant step today, May 13, for the city of Malibu and coastal California. It voted to restrict pesticide use in Malibu …

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Local Coastal Plan – Public Feedback Period

Economic Development Board Report (pre-pandemic) shows tourism is only 6.5% of our GDP. Our children can’t afford to live here, we need less tourism, more resident protections. Pesticides and vineyards have been permanently banned in California coastal communities due to environmental destruction. Let’s not let the wine industry destroy another area of our county. Planners …

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We Need to be alert: Future Local Coastal Plan Workshops and you need to be there

Since the pandemic, the supervisors have used shelter in place as a screen to push through policies with little oversight. With the pandemic to be worked out by summer, the supervisors are throwing it all up in the air hoping we are not paying attention to their business friendly agenda that does nothing to address …

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Houston we have a problem: The draft Local Coastal Plan (LCP), let’s do it right!

8/11/20 To Permit Sonoma from Save the Sonoma Coast Dear Cecily, Steve, Gary and Tennis: Thank you for your efforts and good faith to create a document worthy of governing the Sonoma coastal zone’s future. To that end, and in support of your efforts, we offer the following candid comments, which we hope will be …

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Draft Local Coastal Plan comments needed ASAP

It’s time to get serious about comments on the Draft Local Coastal Plan update.   The Planning Department is  targeting a 11 November Board of Supervisors date for a discussion workshop. They are looking for comments to be submitted by August 3, 2020 so that they can analyze the feedback.  There were huge problems that became apparent in …

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Draft Local Coastal Plan comments needed ASAP

It’s time to get serious about comments on the Draft Local Coastal Plan update.   The Planning Department is  targeting a 11 November Board of Supervisors date for a discussion workshop. They are looking for comments to be submitted by August 3, 2020 so that they can analyze the feedback.  There were huge problems that became apparent in …

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