Rescue Our WaterFront

Revitalize not SUPERSIZE.

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 […]

How You Can Help

How You Can Help

  Comment on Draft EIR (must pertain to errors or missed impacts) by January 19th at 5:30PM Attend city DEIR comment meetings December 9, Main Library 6-9PM January 9, Crowne Plaza, 9AM-1PM Letters to the editor editor@tbrnews.com easyreader@easyreadernews.com letters@dailybreeze.com Speak at City Council during non-agenda items 6PM on 12/8, 12/15, 1/5, 1/12, 1/19 Donate to […]

Top 5 Fatal Flaws of CenterCal Draft EIR

Top 5 Fatal Flaws of CenterCal Draft EIR

  Traffic: 12,550 additional car trips per day Parking: 140% more development, 8% more parking Views: Structures block 80% of views along southern Harbor Drive, some up to 45’ tall Recreational: 67 trailer spots down to 20, less access for boaters, kayakers, swimmers, SUP’ers Water Quality: ~25% of 2014 measurements exceed E-coli and fecal standards […]

FAQ

FAQ

FAQ Where is this project? Answer:  The Redondo waterfront area between Portofino Way to Torrance Blvd.  It includes the most of the Pier, International Boardwalk, upper Pier Plaza, lower Pier Plaza, parking garage, Seaside Lagoon and Joe’s Crab Shack. How big is this Project? Answer:  523,929 ft² (excluding parking structures).  The project will demolish all […]