Rescue Our WaterFront

Revitalize not SUPERSIZE.

Redondo SLAPPed

Redondo SLAPPed

Redondo Beach is under assault.  Your neighbors are being personally sued by a mall developer, and they need your help!  Redondo Beach residents are being individually sued by mall developers attempting to suppress opposition to their huge mall project on public land that belongs to you.  It’s up to you to stand up against these […]

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 […]

Initiative Wording DRAFT – 3rd Version

Initiative Wording DRAFT – 3rd Version

Did we skip version 2? Nope! We wrote it, went back, digested it, and decided instead of a public release, re-wrote the initiative to be even simpler and easier to read. Here is what we incorporated from our meetings: Simpler language Disregard language from portions of Measure G that we don’t need Disregard language from […]

Rescue Our Waterfront Announces Citizen-led Ballot Initiative

Rescue Our Waterfront Announces Citizen-led Ballot Initiative

Residents seek to limit overdevelopment of Redondo Beach Waterfront Rescue Our Waterfront (ROW), a Redondo Beach grassroots organization, today announced its intent to submit a citywide ballot initiative which would ensure proper-sized development of the City’s harbor and pier areas, with a goal to protect coastal dependent recreational and commercial uses. “We are fortunate to […]

Letters to the Editor, December 17th

Letters to the Editor, December 17th

Elephant in the harbor Dear ER: As a Beachie (Beach Cities denizen) and language arts tutor, CenterCal has provided my students and me with a rich trove of real-time, local, Bernaysian propaganda to interpret and for this we can’t thank it enough (“Waterfront redevelopment: Community challenges ‘Rescue’ effort,” ER December 10, 2015). I of course […]