CA. Gov Newsom folds, Opens Orange County Beaches
Orange County beaches have been given the go-ahead to open sections of coastline, with Huntington Beach, Seal Beach and Dana Point getting approval from Governor Newsom that will allow limited access for recreation.
Officials in Huntington Beach and nearby towns had vowed to fight the beach closure order by taking the matter to court before Newsom caved. Over this past weekend beach goers showed up in a defiant posture of protest. (Credit LA Times)
The California Natural Resources Agency made the announcement Tuesday afternoon that state agencies found the plans submitted by Huntington Beach, Dana Point and Seal Beach to be consistent with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order and “beach access can be restored in these communities.”
During a noon Presser Newsom said he worked with officials in Laguna Beach and San Clemente to reopen beaches, that generated the announcement which came after those cities submitted plans over the weekend.
State officials said they were able to make similar commitments to Huntington Beach, Dana Point and Seal Beach.
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