Rescue Our WaterFront

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Buyer Beware, El Segundo!

Buyer Beware, El Segundo!

Buyer Beware, El Segundo!         El Segundo’s City Council has narrowed their choices regarding developers to revitalize The Lakes golf course down to two, one of which is CenterCal (Top Golf’s partner – some articles refer to it as the “Topgolf proposal”). If you have not followed Redondo Beach’s recent and ongoing experience with […]

NIMBYs vs. YIMBYs

NIMBYs vs. YIMBYs

A well-known Facebook troll posted a response to Councilman Nils Nehrenheim’s alert to his constituents that the City’s moratorium on new mixed-use high-density development projects had not been extended by the City Council, despite a 3-2 vote in favor (it required a minimum 4-1 minimum vote).  The troll’s cheer for the moratorium-extension defeat is “The […]

More Traffic? Or Good Local Jobs?

More Traffic? Or Good Local Jobs?

Redondo residents should be very concerned about the proposed Galleria redevelopment, and its impact on local traffic. Below is an important page from the Galleria owner’s (QIC) own Environmental Impact Report (EIR). I have highlighted the numbers that give you an idea of the traffic growth this will cause – the number of daily car […]

ROW Summer Fundraiser Wednesday 6/27/18

ROW Summer Fundraiser Wednesday 6/27/18

/> Rescue Our Waterfront (ROW!) is holding a Waterfront News Update and silent auction fundraiser on Wednesday, 6/27/18 at 7 p.m. to keep our legal team in the battle against deep-pockets mall developer CenterCal.  We must raise funds to pay the legal costs to uphold the law as decided by the majority of Redondo Beach voters […]

What’s going on with the Redondo Beach power plant deal?

What’s going on with the Redondo Beach power plant deal?

Last November, the Redondo Beach Mayor, City Council, LA County Supervisor Janice Hahn, State Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi, and State Senator Ben Allen’s representatives announced plans to acquire the 51-acre AES Power-Plant site. They plan to coordinate state and county funding sources so this would create no new taxes for Redondo residents. Everyone is very excited […]

ROW Town Hall Feedback

ROW Town Hall Feedback

On Thursday, March 30 Rescue Our Waterfront hosted a town hall meeting at Samba Brazilian Steakhouse. Over 100 residents attended to share their ideas about the future of our waterfront. After a brief introduction and overview of Measure C, we hosted a short Q&A. The bulk of the meeting was dedicated to listening to the […]

Map of the Redondo Beach Waterfront in King Harbor.

Map of the Redondo Beach Waterfront in King Harbor.

Keep King Harbor a Harbor! Here is the project in it’s full glory. Almost $400 million, doubling the traffic, massive movie theater. The incredibly shrinking seaside lagoon, ONE THIRD of which is being paved over with a private road, parking and four buildings being built on actual parkland. Help us preserve our Harbor, keep King […]