New Coastal Commission chief takes on challenges after agency’s ‘hurricane’ of controversy

One year after a management shake-up at the California Coastal Commission drew withering criticism and raised questions about the agency’s commitment to preserving the state’s shoreline, a milestone has been reached in the powerful regulatory body’s effort to regain stability and public trust. http://www.dailybreeze.com/environment-and-nature/20170225/new-coastal-commission-chief-takes-on-challenges-after-agencys-hurricane-of-controversy
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Plans to restore more Crystal Cove cottages will go before Coastal Commission – Daily Pilot

Decades ago, the cluster of vintage cottages between Corona del Mar and Laguna Beach were favorites of people who loved the bohemian feel of the beach colony. Source: Plans to restore more Crystal Cove cottages will go before Coastal Commission – Daily Pilot
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Environmentalists hail new leader of Coastal Commission

VENTURA >> To say Jack Ainsworth loves the California coast is an understatement.As a child growing up in the Inland Empire of San Bernardino County, Ainsworth went for a handful of overnight trips to the beach with his parents and eight Source: Environmentalists hail new leader of Coastal Commission
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Parking Changes on the Horizon, If the California Coastal Commission Gives Its Blessing

If you live in Long Beach’s First, Second or Third Districts you discover a lot of things in your first few months of living there. You’re walking distance from a humble amount of dining and nightlife options, the beach is moments away—and during the summer you benefit from that coveted onshore breeze. Source: Parking Changes […]
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Commission sinks idea for Carlsbad boat club project – The Coast News Group

Your community. Your newspaper. In depth and independent. The Coast News Group covers Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Carmel Valley, Rancho Santa Fe, Escondido, San Marcos & Vista. Source: Commission sinks idea for Carlsbad boat club project – The Coast News Group
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Coastal Commission locks in Banning Ranch denial, though developer vows to fight on – Daily Pilot

After a roughly nine-hour session in September in which the conversation was as much about burrowing owls and San Diego fairy shrimp than about houses and hotel rooms, the California Coastal Commission voted 9-1 against a residential and commercial development proposal for Banning Ranch. Source: Coastal Commission locks in Banning Ranch denial, though developer vows […]
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