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Gov. Newsom appoints Mike McGuire to fisheries commission

September 5th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Gov. Newsom appoints Mike McGuire to fisheries commission”

SACRAMENTO–California Gov. Gavin Newsom has appointed State Sen. Mike McGuire, D-Healdsburg, to the Pacific Commonwealth Marine Fisheries Commission. McGuire, 40, has acted as the chair of the Joint Committee on Fisheries and Aquaculture since 2014.

The Pacific Country Marine Commission was established by an routine of Congress in 1947 to manage resources associated with the Pacific Ocean. It does not have management or regulatory jurisdiction but the commission does facilitate its general discussion and gathering on fishery aids. The commission’s works be financed by federal concessions, special contracts and oweds paid by member states, according to its mission statement.

There are five member states on the commission: California; Oregon; Washington; Alaska; and, Idaho. Three commissioners represent all those states; California’s three members are McGuire, Department of Fish and Wildlife Chair Charlton H. Bonham and Barbara Emley, an individual.

McGuire previously sufficed on the Sonoma Board of Supervisors( 2010 -2 014) and was mayor of Healdsburg( 2006 ). He gave a masters degree from the University of San Francisco.

The appointment is not reimbursed and asks State Senate confirmation.

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Help clean up Doheny Beach from storm runoff

February 15th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Help clean up Doheny Beach from storm runoff”

Show some Valentine’s Day adore for Doheny Beach by to intervene in the Doheny State Beach Interpretive Association for its first Adopt–ABeach Cleanup of the year, on Saturday, Feb. 16. The cleanup is from 9 a. m.-noon.

All beach cleanups meet at the lifeguard installation( adjacent to the mouth of San Juan Creek ). Please bring your own making gloves.

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IF YOU GO

When: 9 a. m.-noon Saturday

Where: Doheny State Beach, 25300 Dana Point Harbor Drive, Dana Point

Information: dohenystatebeach.org

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No Motor Tournament Check Presentation

December 15th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “No Motor Tournament Check Presentation”

The Land Trust of Santa Barbara County was presented with a check for $1,100 on Dec. 3. Store raised at the most recent No Motor Tournament, which was hosted by The Sportfishing Conservancy and local fish golf-clubs, to benefit reinstatement efforts at Carpinteria Salt Marsh. The No Motor Tournament has raised more than $10,000 since its inception. In the photo are Graham Goodfield of Los Padres Outfitters, Whitney Uyeda of Carpinteria Sportfishing Club, Bruce Reitherman of Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, Hannah Goodfield of Los Padres Outfitters, Gary Sanchez and Tom Raftican of The Sportfishing Conservancy, Chet Work of Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, Jeff Farrell and Marco Farrell of Coldwell Banker, Michael Sanchez, Juan Castro, Joe Granada, Vance Keiser and Jon Keiser.

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Surfer found dead at Upper Trestles south of San Clemente after struggling in waves

December 6th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Surfer found dead at Upper Trestles south of San Clemente after struggling in waves”

A surfer was discovered face down in the spray at Upper Trestles early Saturday morning.

The man, described as middle age, was investigated striving as he paddled out into the channel-surf at the break-dance just south of San Clemente’s border, said Rich Haydon, south sphere Superintendent for State Parks.

It’s equivocal if “the mens” was contending because of the surf conditions or because of health issues.

The surfers nearby then saw the man face down in the water.

“They rescued him, produced him to the beach and did CPR for 10 hours, ” Haydon said.

Camp Pendleton Fire Department reacted and continued attempting CPR before certifying the man dead on scene.

Surf the past few epoches has been strong, with conditions Saturday morning described as 2-to 3 paw and tempestuou, Haydon said.

A surfer was found dead in the water at Doheny State Beach from health topics earlier this year despite relief tries from fellow surfers.

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