We invite you to comment and provide feedback on the draft policy. Our goal is to build relationships and ensure that the Commission's land and resource management decisions do not disproportionately impact marginalized and disadvantaged communities. To comment, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Sheri Pemberton at email@example.com or (916) 574-1992.
Join us on June 19 from 6-8 p.m. at 1721 Broadway #201, Oakland CA 94612. This is an opportunity to make your voices heard and for us to learn about your concerns and priorities as we develop our environmental justice policy.
The Commission proposes changes to the building standards contained in the California Code of Regulations, Title 24, Part 2, Chapter 31F-Marine Oil Terminals and Chapter 35-Referenced Standards. Please submit any comments to Ravindra Varma at CSLC.MEPDRegulations@slc.ca.gov by July 3.
April marked the first time in the Commission's 80-year history meeting in the Palm Desert. The Commission issued dozens of leases and authorized other actions for the use and occupation of the Commission's lands and resources.
The Delta Stewardship Council has posted the final report evaluating the feasibility of shore-based ballast water reception and treatment facilities in California.
The Commission has completed the plugging and abandonment of the Becker well, an old disused leaking oil well in the surf zone of Summerland Beach in Santa Barbara County, the site of the nation's first offshore oil development.
The Commission urges the federal government to withdraw the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf from the 2019-2024 national leasing program and to schedule additional public meetings so that local voices can be heard.