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Saving The Fire Pits ~ Huntington Beach


Huntington State Beach ~ H.B.

Petitions: SaveTheSouthernCaliforniaFirePits,

“Simply put, we are talking about unelected bureaucrats trying to ban a cultural and historical tradition in our local communities.” – H.B. Assemblyman Travis Allen

The AQMD Board has voted 7-6 to impose new restrictions on Southern California beach bonfire pits. Read more about the decision here.

The South Coast Air Quality Management District, “Cleaning the Air We Breath”, and giving environmentalism a bad name. No thanks to the AQMD, a puny coalition of Newport Beach/Corona Del Mar residents, and an already discredited and disgraceful council of “public servants” known as the Newport Beach City Council , public recreational activities will be curtailed by new restrictions on the distribution and location of fire pits located within 700 feet of homes. Doheny State Beach will be most affected by the new restrictions, which will take effect in March, 2014.