Author: Lennie Roberts

The Latest for The CA Coastal Commission
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The Latest for The CA Coastal Commission

Thank you to everyone who read last week’s action alert and joined me in standing up for the Coastal Act and the Coastal Commission’s Executive Director Charles Lester. There’s been a virtual tsunami of support, and I wanted to share a quick update with you. As of yesterday the Coastal Commission has received over 14,000...

Speak Up for Access at Martin’s Beach by 12/18
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Speak Up for Access at Martin’s Beach by 12/18

Please join me in speaking up for public access at Martin’s Beach by this Friday, December 18. On this date the State Lands Commission will be meeting in Sacramento to hear an update on negotiations with Vinod Khosla to reopen access. What You Can Do      Email the State Lands Commissioners ([email protected]) include “Item #124 – Martin’s Beach”...

Protecting Farms and Nature in Half Moon Bay
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Protecting Farms and Nature in Half Moon Bay

Advocate Lennie Roberts is currently entrenched in the City of Half Moon Bay’s Local Coastal Program and general plan update process. She is speaking up to ensure the plans protect the city’s endangered species, fertile farms, coastal bluffs and beaches. Recently, thanks to Lennie’s efforts and the outpouring of public comment, the city council directed...

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Serving as Expert Witness in Martin’s Beach Trial

When in 2009, mysterious new owners tacked “Beach Closed” and “No Trespassing” signs onto the newly-locked beach access gate at Martin’s Beach, we paid attention. For over 50 years, we have worked to ensure that people from all walks of life have access to our public waterways, especially the Bay and San Mateo coast. When...

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Main Street Bridge Heads to Ballot

By Lennie Roberts The citizens working to preserve Half Moon Bay’s Main Street Bridge have begun circulating an Initiative Petition that, if approved by voters in November, would prohibit demolition or enlargement of the historic Main Street Bridge unless the voters approve it. Meanwhile the City Council voted on March 4 to place not one,...

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