Please Note the Following: When you elect to EMail your City Officials from this page, your normal EMail page should appear with the Officials' address already filled in. In addition, there will be another Email address added that will go to the Redondo Life site, basically "cc-ing" your message to us as well. This is done automatically so we can keep count of the Emails sent to City Officials. Please be aware that once your Email composition window comes up, you may add, delete and/or change any of the destinations indicated in the EMail's "To:" area if you desire to do so. Any Email addresses that Redondo Life receives from this page will not be forwarded (sold, traded, given or otherwise) to any other party - your Email privacy is respected and will not be compromised.
When Emailing your City Officials, please consider the following list when writing your letter:
Note: If you'd like to learn more about
1) Indicate whether you are a voting resident of Redondo Beach - including your name and District number if so, or if you are a frequent visitor from a neighboring city, etc.
2) State clearly and briefly what you think about
current issues affecting the City, that the City Council will have to consider
at some time in the future. Such issues may include the
> Your concerns regarding bad business and policy decisions that would result in overdevelopment
of our waterfront, along with loss of waterfront controls and lease income for many years to come.
> Your support for a rational
approach to zoning changes and growth - and not wholesale, short-sighted
decisions that have
long-term effects on the local population, Legado and Cape POint Seabreeze being examples.
> Concerns regarding the
Redondo School District efforts to sell or lease school property
for residential use, and
the school district
should not sell-off its assets, and how converting schools to more homes
is a contradiction of incentives.
> Concerns regarding proposed waterfront development that would
result in more waterfront hotels, hundreds of thousands of
square feet of retail space, and literally a "Shopping Mall" covering our waterfront views and access,
including multi-story office buildings in the beachfront area along Harbor
Drive. Also that crowds, parking deficiencies,
access, and increased designation for private and semi-private use are not
in the public's interest.
> Your support
for a Public Park at the power plant site that was passed by a public vote years ago, and how
City Officials need to do all
to make this become a reality - including working with agencies and
conservancies that offer their help and expertise.
Discuss any other issues and concerns you might have regarding growth, schools, and other issues in our city.
4) Ask that the recipient(s) respond to your Email.