Update to 5-21 NAC Alert

People are responding.  The update is HERE.

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San Onofre Beach Woes


 “State about to crack down on San Onofre nude beach” 

“State Parks spokesman Roy Stearns said the decision comes after an increase in complaints about the influx of people to the area in recent years. The number of people who go to San Onofre, in San Diego County, increased to about 2.5 million last year, from about 1.7 million people in 2000, officials said.

"It’s no longer one of those remote beaches that is out of sight and out of mind, that few people go to," Stearns said.”  (LA.Times)

More about TNS efforts to fight this at: Friends of Mazo Beach.

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NAC Alert 6-2-08


 DATE   : May 21, 2008

SUBJECT: California : San Onofre State Beach

TO     : Naturists and other concerned citizens

 This is an Action Alert from the Naturist Action Committee. NAC is asking for your immediate help in responding to a serious threat in the state of California  


 NAC has learned that Ruth Coleman, Director of California’s Department of Parks and Recreation, has abruptly revoked the application of the Department’s Cahill Policy, as it applies to clothing-optional portions of San Onofre State Beach in San Diego County. Rangers have been told to begin “educating” beachgoers, starting June 1. The issuing of citations for nudity in the traditional clothing-optional area is to follow after 30 days.

 NAC urgently requests that you contact the Director of CA Parks to express your vigorous opposition to this disastrous change in policy. Detailed contact information is included below. However, so that your contact with the Director’s office will have the greatest impact, please first take a couple of moments to learn about this situation.

Click HERE for more info.