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Posted on October 12 at 10:32 p.m.
At least there are some folks in the community that believe that GBP will wash out to sea if the County impliments their plan known as GB2.0.
On Supes Drown Beach Fees
Posted on October 12 at 8:14 a.m.
Right on target, Beach Fan. One correction. 1250 feet of Park will be at risk to erosion under the Goleta Beach 2.0 Plan once the rock protection is removed.
Posted on August 24 at 2:24 p.m.
Now the next target is the ill conceived Goleta Beach 2.0 Managed Retreat Plan. This plan will result in the decrease of recreational opportunities of Goleta Beach Park. With the removal of 154 parking places (20%) along with 1250' of protection along the seaward side of the grass and turf, the Park will be subjected to the destructive forces of severe Winter storms.25% of the existing grass area will be at risk in the next few years. John Q Public, let your voices be heard if you disagree with this Plan !!
On Proposed Beach Parking Fees All but Dead in the Water
Posted on April 2 at 4:43 p.m.
Ya just gotta love it !! Yes there was no answer to the question ," show us documents and emperical evidence where current protection of the grass/turf has caused down coast sand deprivation". Because at GBP, this does not happen. An offshore reef might be a solution, however wouldn't the restoration of the historic kelp forest that existed before the El Nino of 83' do the job? Talk about habitat restoration and a source of biofuel! Yes there is alternative protection technologies that wouldn't cause environmental damage down coast. You just have to look for them. Please don't allow the Park to be washed away !! Protect the grass/turf as it now exists.
On Shaping Tomorrow's Goleta Beach
Posted on October 9 at 2:08 p.m.
Right on target,Beach Fan ! Whats needed now is a general outcry from the public strongly objecting to a few dictating to the many what's in their best interests ! Any suggestions as to how to go about energizing the general population to take aggressive action?
On Running Out of Sand
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