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California State Lands Commission, Tribal, State, and Local Partners Celebrate Successful Removal of the Last Remaining Oil Production Shorezone Piers in California

CITY OF GOLETA – Today, against the backdrop of the picturesque southern California shoreline, the State Lands Commission and state and local leaders showcased the successful removal of the last two oil production shorezone piers in California, restoring the coastline and marking an enormous milestone in California’s transition away from fossil fuels. “California once again […]

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State Lands and Coastal Commission File Lawsuit to Protect Public Access to Martins Beach

Sacramento, Calif. January 6, 2020 – The state of California filed a lawsuit today to restore full public access to Martins Beach, a popular San Mateo County beach that was abruptly shuttered after Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla bought the adjacent property in 2008. The lawsuit, filed by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on behalf […]

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State Lands Commission Granted Intervenor Status in Tijuana River Litigation

Sacramento, CA, Dec. 13, 2018 – A District Court has granted the California State Lands Commission’s request to join in the state’s litigation to halt the flow of toxic waste and sewage from the Tijuana River to the Pacific Ocean. The Commission formally filed its complaint today. “Today’s filing bolsters our ability to actively defend […]

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