Tiffany Ackley, Aliso Viejo attorney and municipal candidate on this year’s election ballot, talks about the wave of meetings in Orange County cities about joining the U.S. Dept. of Justice’s lawsuit against California’s SB 54 regarding sanctuary cities. Although Irvine has not scheduled a forum at this writing, the following meetings being convened are: Newport Beach 4/10, 7 p.m.; Orange 4/10, 6 p.m.; Westminster 4/11, 7 p.m.; Los Alamitos 4/16, 6 p.m.; Laguna Niguel 4/17, 7 p.m.; Lake Forest 4/17, 6:30 p.m.; and Dana Point 4/17, 6 p.m.
In the second segment (minute 36:47), UCI Law School professor Alex Camacho takes up the potential for the case of coastal property owner, Vinod Khosla, to challenge the California Coastal Act in a fundamental way. With the owners legal representation’s sights set on the US Supreme Court, the case could have far reaching consequences for California’s entire coast line. Mr. Khosla’s property is at Martins Beach at Half Moon Bay, in San Mateo County. With the owner’s legal representation’s sights set on the U.S. Supreme Court, the case could have far reaching consequences for the entire state with respect to public access to the coastal zone. Surf’s up! Stakes are higher!