Princess Street beach access meeting is Feb. 10

A gate blocks access to the beach on Princess Street. Photo: Dave Schwab


The hearing regarding the preservation of the Princess Street public beach access will be held Feb. 10 at the Chula Vista Council Chambers, 276 4th Ave. in Chula Vista.

Those requesting to speak should arrive by 9 a.m.

“This is an issue of tremendous interest and concern for our community,” wrote Joe Dicks, chairman of the La Jolla Shores Associaton, in an e-mail to community members. “I hope that you will be present to make your voice heard.”

Dicks added any community member or group who would like to submit a letter regarding the Princess Street public beach access issue needs to submit it by noon on Feb. 4 for inclusion in the addendum to the packets for the Coastal Commissioners.

Those should be sent to:

California Coastal Commission San Diego Area
7575 Metropolitan Drive, Suite 103
San Diego, CA 92108-4421

“The Coastal Commission has a good reputation for actually reading the letters it receives regarding matters upon which they intend to vote, so please do not consider this an exercise in futility,” Dicks noted. “If we want to be heard as a community, we need to speak up.”

Related posts:

  1. New chair sought for La Jolla Parks and Beaches Committee
  2. Jump in for La Jolla’s Polar Bear Swim
  3. Shores Association amends bylaws, seeks new members
  4. New name, same mission for La Jolla parks and beaches group
  5. Move to restore beach access at Princess Street resurfaces

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Posted by Dave Schwab on Jan 31, 2011. Filed under La Jolla, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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