Just in case you missed the latest issue in your mailbox, the latest issue of Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council’s “Coastal Currents” was distributed to all Palisades residents and other locations in San Pedro. Coastal Currents provided us an update on the work of the Neighborhood Council. Definitely some familiar faces and names included.
On the back cover is a quick update of the CSPNC Coastal Risk & Beautification Committee – which more or less is an outlet regarding the Pt Fermin Seepage issue, Sunken City and the continuation of the White Point Landslide developments, including the future of Paseo Del Mar. Led by Adele Healy, those meetings are productive and offer solid input with a great group of stakeholders.
FYI – there are a few CSPNC Board seats open – and you’ll need to go to the July 20 mtg (see cspnc.org for more details) – if serving Coastal residents interests you. If not, the Palisades Residents Association is ramping to become more active and reactive again to serve our neighborhood – while collaborating with the necessary folks for a continuous improving quality of life. PRA Board positions will be available soon – watch-out for announcements on new meeting dates, and a revamped website as early as September.