The Sand Dune will be open soon, but under what condition? Unless a large portion of Manhattan Beach residents attend the April 13th meeting at the Joslyn Center at 6:30 pm, adult recreational usage of the Dune may be completely eliminated. Even though there is at least a 4:1 majority of Manhattan Beach residents that favor a compromise to reduce peak usage without eliminating exercise, unless you are present at this meeting your voice will not be heard.
This meeting is the single most important meeting if you use the Sand Dune. Please attend and feel free contact us for a Free The Dune t-shirt to wear during the meeting. For more information, see Meeting Details
In the meantine, please email city council to let them know you support CORE's proposal for reduction of peak usage without elminating adult exercise. Please remember to include your Manhattan Beach residency if this is the case.
March 21st - Free the Dune! beach party.
Please join us at 2pm-4pm to celebrate with fellow Duners as well as their families and send a clear message to MB City Council how important the Dune is to our health and wellness. At 26th street and the Beach!
Details can be found at: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=365722837268&index=1
Date: January 19th, 2010 at 6:30 PM
This will be the last chance to support opening the Sand Dune. Please attend this meeting and let your voice be heard.
Date: 11/16/2009 6:30 PM
Location: Joslyn Community Center 1601 Valley Drive Manhattan Beach, California 90266
October 26, Manhattan Beach City Council
This will be the most relevant and effective way to voice your support. This particular meeting will be most critical for Manhattan Beach residents to attend and provide a minute or two speech as to why they think the Sand Dune should remain open to the public. More
October 22, Public Parks and Commission
This commission has been requested by the Manhattan Beach City Council to present various parking options. Review agenda and/or minutes here
January 7th 2009, Public Parks and Commission
Read more information here
Past City Council meeting’s minutes can be accessed by visiting here