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CenterCal abandons Waterfront location and Coastal Commission application

CenterCal abandons Waterfront location and Coastal Commission application

In case you haven’t heard, CenterCal has not only abandoned their “Waterfront Information Center” in the harbor (the old “On The Rocks” – miss that place), but CenterCal has also withdrawn their application to the California Coastal Commission for the “Waterfront” mall project. What lessons have we learned, and who else should learn from this […]

Redondo’s Galleria traffic war on Lawndale

Redondo’s Galleria traffic war on Lawndale

Residents of Redondo Beach should be aware that their Planning Commission approved new development on the Galleria property that adds 300 apartment units. According to the developer’s own Environmental Impact Report, this project will add over 33% more traffic congestion to the area (given the baseline used, it could be more like 50%). This project […]

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 […]

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 […]