Save Trestles, Fight the Toll Road ... One More Time
We've talked before about the Surfrider Foundation's efforts to stop a proposed toll road that would wipe out Trestles, a world-famous surf break, and destroy 60% of the acreage at San Onofre State Beach, the fifth most visited state park in California. In February, the California Coastal Commission voted to deny the 241 Foothill South Toll Road. Unfortunately, the agency planning this Toll Road has appealed the Coastal Commission’s decision to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce and that hearing is next Monday, September 22.
If you live in Southern California, please try and make the hearing. If you can't make it, or don't live in the area, visit Surfrider's Action Network to voice your opinion.
WHO: Surfrider Foundation activists, surfers, hikers and everyone who opposes the extension of the 241 Toll Road.
WHAT: The U.S. Secretary of Commerce rescheduled public hearing regarding the controversial 241 Toll road extension.
WHEN: Monday, September 22, 2008 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM
WHERE: O’Brien Hall at the Del Mar Fairgrounds 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Del Mar, CA 92014
Visit the Save Trestles blog for more info.