CCA February E-Newsletter
The Coastal Corridor e-newsletter provides details on upcoming park planning projects, such as the Talbert Regional Park’s 10-year Master Plan update and the Banning Ranch Surplus Property “7-11” Committee meeting to support the retention of an important land parcel. The newsletter also highlights a Request for Proposals for a Resource Management Plan and Climate Resilience Strategy for the Randall Preserve/Genga, emphasizing the extended submission deadline of Thursday, February 15th.
The e-newsletter bids farewell to retiring board member Cynthia D’Agosta, expressing gratitude for her contributions, and introduces Saul Sanchez, Jr., the new Senior Community Organizer tasked with community engagement. Saul’s role includes gathering input for the Public Access Plan for the Randall Preserve/Genga. The newsletter concludes by underscoring the importance of understanding the distinctions between parks and preserves, emphasizing varied stewardship approaches and the responsibility of visitors to adhere to specific land use rules.