Easy Reader: Measure brings “C change” to the Redondo Beach waterfront

In this week’s municipal election, the voters of Redondo Beach resoundingly endorsed Measure C, a coastal access zoning initiative Angel Law proudly helped draft. Over 57% of the local voters chose enhanced coastal access and water-oriented recreational opportunities over ubergentrification of a working harbor into a 524,000 square-foot mega-mall and a high-priced, exclusionary “boutique” hotel.

Measure C drives a stake through the project proponent’s illegal plan to eliminate public recreational open space in the tidelands trust, such as Seaside Lagoon, a swimming facility popular with visitors from the entire South Bay and many underserved inland communities.