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Posted: Wednesday, September 27, 2006 10:00 pm

Lawson's Landing is a campground and marina at Dillon's Beach.

The Lawson family has operated these facilities for nearly 50 years and in doing so have proven to be good stewards of the land. Generations of families from nearby towns to the Sacramento valley have used Lawson's Landing as their seaside playground.

The Lawson family, in an effort to improve their facilities to better serve both the public and the environment, initiated a Master Plan and EIR process with Marin County in 2002. The California Coastal Commission, apparently not wanting to wait for the county of Marin to complete the duties required of them by CEQA, became involved in December of 2005 and notified the Lawson family that the county process was taking too long and that the Lawsons needed to apply for permits directly to the Commission, or else.

Please join me, my family and the thousands of other Californians who use Lawson's Landing for their overnight coastal access, in asking the California Coastal Commission to step back and let the lawful process already underway to continue. You can help by going to http://www.savelawsonslanding.com and filling out a petition there or by calling (707) 878-2443 to have one sent to you. Thanks for your help.

Roland Mounce

Lodi

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