Trestles and San Onofre need your help to persuade the Regional Water Quality Control Board to deny the TCA’s permit to build the first “segment” of their ill-fated toll road.  In 2008, surfers and activists organized the largest turnout for a public hearing in State history—and when the Coastal Commission saw 3,500 people in the audience, they were persuaded to deny the plan. We need to do that again! This time, we need hundreds of people to attend the meeting on June 19th so we can shut down this road once and for all.
 
If the first section of road is built, the “dominos” will fall and the rest of the road will be built down to San Onofre and Trestles.
 
We’re asking our supporters to attend the meeting at 1pm, and stay through the afternoon to demonstrate opposition to the road. Public comment will be taken shortly after 1pm. The meeting will be held at the Regional Water Quality Control Board, located at 9174 Sky Park Ct.
 
Stay up to speed here or contact Ssekich@surfrider.org and Mrauscher@surfrider.orgfor more information.
 
Sign up here if you’re able to attend the hearing. Also, please sign our action alert.
 
There is a regular MTS bus (928) from Fashion Valley Transit Center (click here for a timetable) with a stop right at Ruffin Road and Sky Park Court. It’s only a 30 minute ride and there’s always heaps of parking at the Fashion Valley Transit Center. Day passes are $5 on board the bus and good for the trolley too. Nourth County folks can use Coaster to Old Town, buy day pass there, take the Green Line Trolley to Fashion Valley Transit Center and board the 928 bus there.
 
Also, we will be hosting a Sign Making Party on June 18th from 6:30-8:30pm at 9883 Pacific Heights Blvd, Suite D.