Yes on Measure A - Redondo Beach's ra...

Yes on Measure A - Redondo Beach's rare opportunity to redraw its waterfront

There are 2 comments on the The Daily Breeze story from Feb 26, 2013, titled Yes on Measure A - Redondo Beach's rare opportunity to redraw its waterfront. In it, The Daily Breeze reports that:

The most contentious issue on the ballot affecting the entire city of Redondo Beach is Measure A. The initiative calls for a phaseout of the AES power plant from its 50-acre site and amendment of the city's general plan, the Coastal Land Use Plan, the Harbor/Civic Center Specific Plan and the City Charter.

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Tear it down

Camarillo, CA

#1 Feb 27, 2013
These sneaky Pukes should lose their property for trying to sleaze this through.
Gross polluters

Camarillo, CA

#2 Feb 27, 2013
We don't need this plant. CA exports power, we make more than we need. AND we pay a higher price than we sell it to the grid. If we are going to get burned then fine, we should not have to deal with the pollution. Go build it in Death Valley!!!!

Don't let the door hit you Dbags...

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