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Vol.3, Issue 50, December 11-17, 2008
THE LATEST: City staff is considering a series of new rules for users of its 2.3-mile trail connecting North Beach with San Onofre State Beach that would modify rules for those walking dogs or riding bicycles. The recommendations include removing the prohibition on dogs Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends, changing the starting date prohibiting bike riding on portions of the trail at the emergency access road south of the pier from Memorial Day to June 15, and extended the summer “bike walk zone’ north to the Corto Lane crossing.
WHAT’S NEXT: According to a report by San Clemente Marine Safety Chief Bill Humphreys, it’s estimated that 270,000 people used the trail this past year. The proposed changes are expected to be presented to City Council at its February 3 meeting.
FIND OUT MORE: www.san-clemente.org