The Future of Moss Beach Park

Residents were stunned to learn that Moss Beach Park has been auctioned off to a developer. Now the future of the beloved children's playground is in question. What do you think should happen to the park? Post your opinions and memories here. Flag as Inappropriate

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Dee September 1, 2013 at 11:49 am
Is this true? Sam’s Chowder House offers to pay entire Moss Beach Park debt:Read More http://www.montarafog.com/
Jon DeLong September 1, 2013 at 12:44 pm
Hopefully a more trustworthy group will take responsibility for the park after this debacle.
Moss Beach Park has been sold to a developer. What do you think should happen to it?
Dee August 28, 2013 at 01:44 pm
There's a Midcoast Community Council meeting tonight at 7 pm. Don't see this issue on the agendaRead More though. Anyone know if this situation will be discussed there? I'm interested to find out what course of action the community will take to save the park.
darin August 28, 2013 at 04:16 pm
Dee, The issue came up too late to be legally included on the agenda (which has advance noticeRead More requirements). However, a number of citizens are planning on speaking at the meeting during the public comment period and a representative from the County will be there, specifically to hear those comments. If the MCC needs to vote on anything they could call a special meeting. Note that the new MCC meeting location is in El Granada: http://www.midcoastcommunitycouncil.org (top right corner)
Lisa Ketcham August 28, 2013 at 04:28 pm
Too late to put on tonight's MCC agenda, but Supervisor Horsley's Aide Nicholas Calderón willRead More include an update on this issue in his regular report at the start of the meeting and answer questions. People are welcome to speak on this or any other issue not on the agenda during Public Comment. www.MidcoastCommunityCouncil.org