Trestles, one of California’s most treasured and rippable waves, remains threatened by the Transportation Corridor Agency (TCA) and their proposed building of a toll road over San Onofre State Beach. On Wednesday, June 19 at 1:00 p.m., Trestles and San Onofre once again need your help to show public opposition to the building of this ill-fated toll road and to persuade the Regional Water Quality Control Board board to deny the TCA’s permit to build the first segment of the proposed toll road.
The meeting will take place at the Water Quality Control Board at 9174 Sky Park Court San Diego, CA 92123. Help support the “Save Trestles” campaign by attending the meeting.
Eleven-time ASP World Champ Kelly Slater told The Surf Channel that, “Trestles is one of my favorite places in the world.” South African World Tour competitor Jordy Smith said, “whatever they are doing right now to keep it how it is, just keep it like that.” Hawaiian Triple Crown champion Sebastian Zietz begs, “Save Trestles, please!” Jim Moriarity, CEO of the Surfrider Foundation along with thousands of other environmental activists and organizations oppose the building of the toll road.
Don’t forget to show up for the Water Quality Control Board Meeting on June 19, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. to help #SaveTrestles.
For more info, visit: www.SaveTrestles.Surfrider.org