Rescue Our WaterFront

Revitalize not SUPERSIZE.

The long and sordid matter of the “Sham” personal lawsuit by CenterCal “Shills” reaches a happy conclusion

The long and sordid matter of the “Sham” personal lawsuit by CenterCal “Shills” reaches a happy conclusion

These are comments delivered at the Redondo Beach City Council meeting Tuesday, November 20, 2018 by Rob Gaddis, with 3 paragraphs of additional commentary added at the end:   Let me join my fellow Redondo Beach residents in congratulating Mayor Bill Brand, his volunteer Treasurer Linda Moffat, Councilman Nils Nehrenheim, Rescue Our Waterfront’s Wayne Craig, […]

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 […]