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The San Clemente City Council approved for the disbursement of requests for proposal to look at the Beaches, Parks & Recreation Master Plan, which will be advertised publicly in the coming weeks. The plan is expected to go through multiple phases throughout 2016. Additionally, council passed a separate ordinance amendment to prohibit smoking on the beach access points. Photo: Eric Heinz
The San Clemente City Council approved for the disbursement of requests for proposal to look at the Beaches, Parks & Recreation Master Plan, which will be advertised publicly in the coming weeks. The plan is expected to go through multiple phases throughout 2016. Additionally, council passed a separate ordinance amendment to prohibit smoking on the beach access points. Photo: Eric Heinz

By Eric Heinz 

City Council approved the release of an updated request for proposal to the Beaches, Parks & Recreation Master Plan, which is scheduled to be put together this year. The public will have the opportunity to comment on the details that would go into the plan. During the meeting, members of the public spoke about the possibilities of refurbishing the Ralphs Skate Park and adding lighting. People also spoke out against allowing dogs on beaches—which could be part of the plan.

Councilmembers said they intend to look at the possibility of designating a portion of San Clemente beaches to allow dogs to frequent but not the whole shoreline the city governs.

The release of the BPR Master Plan request for proposal is expected to be Tuesday, Feb. 23. More details on the Master Plan can be found at www.san-clemente.org under the City Council agenda of Feb. 16.

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