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One More Chance to Stand Up For California's Coast and Reject the Toll Road

Damon Nagami

Posted June 6, 2013 in Living Sustainably, Saving Wildlife and Wild Places

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We are still fighting the notorious Foothill-South Toll Road, an ill-conceived highway project that would pave over San Onofre State Beach, one of the most popular state parks in California, and destroy some of the last remaining wildlands along the southern California coast. My last update from a few months ago can be found here, and a big thank you to everyone who came out to the regional water board hearing in Costa Mesa on March 13th and spoke out against this terrible project.

We now have one last chance for folks in the San Diego area to tell the water board to reject TCA’s efforts to push through this disastrous highway proposal. Please join our coalition allies Surfrider Foundation and others at the water board hearing on Wednesday, June 19th, at 1:00 p.m. and speak out against the toll road. The hearing will be held at the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board
 Meeting Room, 9174 Sky Park Court,
 San Diego, CA 92123. The official notice of hearing can be found here.

June 19th, 1:00 PM
San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board
9174 Sky Park Court
San Diego, CA 92123

If you don’t live near San Diego, you can help our cause by sending a personal message to the water board. Click here to take action.

We need to fill the room in San Diego to let the water board know that we're serious about protecting water quality and coastal resources, and that means saying NO to the toll road. Spread the word and let’s send this "zombie road" back to the grave.

Photo credit: Pamela Marches

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Jonathan FlackJun 6 2013 06:35 PM

This ill-conceived highway project would pave over San Onofre State Beach, one of the most popular state parks in California, and destroy some of the last remaining wildlands along the southern California coast.

I am strongly opposed to this project.

Cheryl FotiaJun 10 2013 04:38 AM

This is "HARSH"....! & tottally unncessary! Such a beautiful & pristine area & should be preserved for the "GOOD OF THE STATE"; FOR THE "BIO-GEM" IT TRUELY IS. ...."ANOTHER DIVERSION" HAS BEEN THRUST UPON THE CALIF. PEOPLE TO FIGHT OFF THE "WILLFULL HANDS" OF "GREEDY" ,"SELF-SERVING" , MISLED > MISLEADING> POLITICIAN''S! ONCE AGAIN, TRYING TO FORCE THEIR COMMAND'S OF "SHAWDOW GOV". WAYS > UPON THE PEOPLE! THEY WILL STOP @ NOTHING TO SPEND & STRAIN THE PUBLIC; WITH THEIR ONGOING EFFORTS TO CREATE NONSENCICAL CRAZE : EVEN IF IT MEANS> DESTROYING THE NATURAL WORLD!

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