Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Restore Access by Taking This Survey

Photo courtesy of Judy Allen
The California Coastal Commission has made available a public access survey to gather data on when and how the public accessed Martin's Beach over past decades.  This survey is part of an investigation to determine whether any public rights of access to and/or use of the area exist by reason of past public use.  The data collected could be used to support restoration of public access to the beach in the future.  If you ever visited Martin's Beach before it was owned by Mr. Khosla, please take this survey!

Direct link to PDF file of survey:  http://www.coastal.ca.gov/legal/Martins-PRS-Final.pdf
Do you lack a printer or tech capabilities?  Contact us and we'll send you a printed survey in the mail.

Please be sure to:
  • print out the blank survey and complete it - document your visits to the best of your ability,
  • SIGN and DATE the document on pages 4 AND 15,
  • provide any supplementary documentation (i.e. copies of old photos, videos), 
  • make a copy of everything (for your records), and 
  • send the original signed document to the Coastal Commission 
  • **ask everyone you know that used to visit Martin's Beach to please take the survey!** Send them the link above.

Surveys can be sent to the Coastal Commission the following ways:
  • California Coastal Commission
    ATTN: Peter Allen
    45 Fremont Street, Suite 2000
    San Francisco, CA 94105-2219
  • Fax signed copy to (415) 904-5400

You can read more about the survey and the Commission's action here.

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