Report prepared pursuant to Election Code 9212 regarding impacts of the proposed initiative to amend the regulations for the Coastal Commercial ("CC") Zones and the Public, Recreation and Open Space ("P-PRO") Zone in the Redondo Beach King Harbor-Pier Area. This report was presented at the November 29, 2016 Adjourned City Council meeting. Learn more here.
Important Dates To Remember
February 6, 2017* Permanent Vote by Mail Voter Ballots begin to be mailed
February 6, 2017 Voters May Request Vote by Mail Ballots
February 21, 2017 Last Day to Register to Vote
March 7, 2017 Election Day
*Estimated date. Date is not exact.
Early Voting and Weekend Voting
Early Voting is convenient, easy and begins 29 days before Election Day. Voters do not have to wait for Election Day to cast their ballot. All registered voters in Los Angeles County can vote early at the Los Angeles County Building - Norwalk Location, 12400 Imperial Hwy., Third Floor, Room 3002, Norwalk, CA 90650. Contact the Norwalk office at 1(800) 815-2666, option 3 to confirm business hours.
Nominees for Elective Office (For a term to expire March 31, 2021)
Mayor: Vote for One
Michael Ian Sachs
Eric J. Coleman
City Council - District 1: Vote for One
City Council - District 2: Vote for One
City Council - District 4: Vote for One
John F. Gran
City Attorney: Vote for One
Michael W. Webb
Member of Board of Education: Vote for Three
Matthew J. Kilroy
Measure to be Voted On:
Shall Redondo Beach approve amendments to its Coastal Land Use Plan Implementing Ordinance (partially adopted in 2010 in Measure G) to provide additional analytical procedures and additional limits reducing the amount and type of development in the Coastal Commercial Zones and the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Zone (Seaside Lagoon), located in the Redondo Beach King Harbor-Pier area?