Diablo Canyon Decommissioning Engagement Panel
|Date||November 2, 2020|
|Decommissioning Topic||Water Resources|
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Written Comments, Questions and Answers received during the October 28, 2020 Online Engagement Panel Webinar Meeting:
I wonder if there would be some way to limit public access to preserve those tide pools? It would be a shame to not be able to visit by appointment after some training on how to walk in tide pools.
Response 1 - if held either in private ownership or restricted access by a public agency that can be retained.
Response 2 - Thank you Ron — I agree; I think public access should be controlled/limited. There’s value in public access, but we will need good management and education. There are some hopes of a coastal trail along the bluffs, but the key may be in locating it far enough away from the coastline, so as to prevent tide pool trampling (and coastal erosion) - like what’s been done on the Point Buchon Trail.
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