USA: ABAG Seeks Public Input on Coastal Erosion Plan

ABAG Seeks Public Input on Coastal Erosion Plan

The Association of Bay Area Governments and the Coastal Sediment Management Workgroup invite the public to provide input on a Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan being developed for Fort Point, San Francisco, to Point San Pedro, Pacifica, at two identical meetings to be held in July, 2012.

“Regional sediment management” refers to sand.

These meetings will:

• Describe erosion issues affecting ocean beaches and coastal infrastructure, such as parking

lots, highways, structures, storm drains, and sewage outfalls

• Present implementation options (proposed solutions such as beach nourishment, multi-purpose

reefs, armor, allowed erosion, and managed retreat) and concepts for a regional plan

• Solicit public comments on plan concepts

Thursday, July 12, 6:00-8:30pm OR Thursday, July 19, 7-9pm SPUR 2nd Floor Public Assembly Hall City Council Chambers 654 Mission Street San Francisco 2212 Beach Boulevard, Pacifica Exhibition opens at 6:00; meeting begins at 6:30.


Dredging Today Staff, July 17, 2012; Image: usace