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5 months ago

Rescue our Waterfront
Community Revitalization Workshop Itโ€™s time for the public to weigh in on design ideas for the new and improved Seaside Lagoon and Revitalized not Supersized waterfront. We have earned this opportunity after a long battle with outside developers who were more interested in building a mall than what residents wanted. Please come down and give your thoughts on the direction YOU want to see happen in OUR harbor. Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2023Time: 6:00 p.m. โ€“ 8:00 p.m.Location: Redondo Beach Public Library, 2nd floor, 303 N Pacific Coast Hwy www.rescueourwaterfront.org/2023/11/22/community-revitalization-workshop-december-6th/ ... See MoreSee Less
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1 years ago

Rescue our Waterfront
We have just been forwarded county voter registration information that shows District 3 Council member Christian Horvath no longer resides in Redondo Beach. As seen in the voter registration records Councilmember Horvath submitted a form stating that he has resided in the City of Torrance since at least 10/8/22. Councilmember Christian Horvath must resign immediately, and if he refuses the City Council must declare his seat vacant.www.rescueourwaterfront.org/2023/01/08/breaking-news-councilmember-christian-horvath/ ... See MoreSee Less
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1 years ago

Rescue our Waterfront
Congratulations Redondo โ€“ We Won Again!We thwarted the latest big moneyed outside special interest and their local enablers attacking our city. This latest pathetic effort has apparently set a record to buy a city council seat. In total nearly $500,000 was pumped into a recall election to crown an alleged PR expert from the Redondo Beach Chamber of Commerce into a city council seat. The amount of cash wasted is astounding as itโ€™s nearly 33 times the normal cost of $15,000 to run a typical city council campaign. What is even more laughable is all that cash spent netted 72% of voters saying NO to the recall. After this latest embarrassing loss, the same group is attempting to rewrite history (again), scorching Redondo to destroy the reputations of anyone standing in their way. This time, they support another deep pockets developer attempts to build nearly 2,700 condos at the AES powerplant site which is not zoned for housing. That 50-acre property was specifically excluded as part of the recent plan approved by the State for overlay zoning for new housing allocations. Itโ€™s just the latest all-out effort to divide our community, support developers to make money, who then leave town. You would have thought the prior labors of filing frivolous lawsuits, trying to bankrupt residents exercising their First Amendment Rights, and destroying their personal businesses would be enough of an all-time low move. Apparently, that answer is no as seen in the latest doublespeak smear campaign that would make George Orwell cringe. These revisionist deceivers are also back to pushing myths about the failed CenterCal harbor mall. With that in mind we thought it would be a good time to do a reality check on where we are with the Revitalization of King Harbor. Where are we, how we got here, and whatโ€™s next? The short version is the lawsuit against the city filed in 2017 is still pending with Redondo Beach Waterfront (CenterCal Properties) and is expected to go to trial next year. The legal status is known as โ€œLis Pendisโ€ and why the city canโ€™t start breaking ground on anything new until the court makes a final ruling. We probably wonโ€™t know that until months after the trial is completed.Read More at the Link Belowwww.rescueourwaterfront.org/2022/12/05/congratulations-redondo-we-won-again/ ... See MoreSee Less
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1 years ago

Rescue our Waterfront
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1 years ago

Rescue our Waterfront
Meet Mike Martin - Candidate For BCHD Board of Directors ... See MoreSee Less
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