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Laguna Beach

 Volume 12, Issue 56  |  July 14, 2020

Local Laguna environmental activist Beth Leeds holds 11th hour call to action on Monday

Local activist Beth Leeds will be holding an “11th Hour Call to Action” on 

Monday, Nov 11 regarding the San Onofre nuclear waste issue. Beth first presented the proposal for “The Walk to Save Laguna Canyon” on September 15, 1989. The Laguna Beach City Council approved it and the rest is history. Ten thousand people walked from Main Beach Park to Sycamore Flats in 1989 and Laguna Canyon was saved from 3,500 housing units, eight stoplights, gas stations, golf courses and high-end malls.

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Beth Leeds will host call to action at Main Beach on Monday, Nov 11

Thirty years later, Beth and supporters will be at Main Beach Park on Monday, Nov 11 at 11a.m. for an 11th Hour Call to Action. “The Canisters of San Onofre” will be the focus of Beth’s Emergency Call to Action. She is asking that the loading of defective Holtec thin wall canisters be stopped and investigated. There will be a letter to Governor Newsom for attendees to sign, and a Human Wave will be filmed for media and YouTube

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