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Welcome to ActCoastal, the California Coast Accountability Project. ActCoastal is a campaign to protect California’s coast by bringing transparency and accountability to the actions of the California Coastal Commission.

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Coastal Commission Vote Chart

December 2014 Meeting


Green Dot.png = Positive Conservation Vote         Red Dot.png = Negative Conservation Vote

CommissionerNo Conservation Votes This Month
CaroleGroom 2012.jpg Carole Groom
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DBochco.jpg Dayna Bochco
EffieT-S.png Effie Turnbull-Sanders
Erik-280x300.png Erik Howell
GCox.png Greg Cox
Zimmer.jpg Jana Zimmer
Vargas.jpg Mark Vargas
McClure.jpg Martha McClure
Shallenberger.jpg Mary K. Shallenberger
Kinsey.jpg Steve Kinsey
Mitchell.jpg Wendy Mitchell



The December hearing was held in Monterey. There were two important issues on the agenda. One was a “public workshop” regarding low-to-moderate cost accommodations along the coast. View a blog recapping the issue. The second important item was an application for a rock revetment and massive sand replenishment project in Broad Beach, Malibu. After an extensive seven-hour hearing, project proponents pulled their application after it was clear the Commission had major reservations about the sustainability of the project. View a blog summarizing the issue and the lively debate that took place at the hearing. Outside of these two important issues, there were no major “conservation votes” to score this month.



Click here to view details about the votes from this hearing.




ActCoastal Blog

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The Coastal Commission Tackles A Social Justice Issue14 January 2015
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