Just like Chula Vista, CA did, we can send a strong message to the California Energy Commission (CEC) that we don't want the unnecessary pollution in our city.
Because the proposed power plant in Redondo Beach is not considered a "must run" plant and because it it not needed for grid reliability, we have an opportunity, via Measure A, to rezone the property and let the CEC know that we do not want a new polluting power plant. Passage of Measure A will show the CEC that Redondo Beach does not want the plant, and they will likely not overturn the zoning and this will likely retire the polluting health threat.
Don't believe the propaganda saying we can't get rid of this thing. Don't let an out of town Corporation scare you into believing that we must roll over and breathe in the tons of additional proposed toxic chemical laden particulate matter that will lead to health problems for our families.
Many people said Chula Vista couldn't do it.
Redondo Beach City Councilman Bill Brand was there to video record the plant demolition and the celebration related to kicking off the development of Chula Vista's new park and commercial development which will replace the power plant. We can do this too.
Vote Yes on Measure A in the upcoming March election in Redondo Beach and let's do something great for our children and future generations in Redondo Beach. Check out this inspiring video.