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January 16, 2011

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Dear Tom & Shirley,

Richmond Shoreline Activities

MLK Day of Service Project
Monday, January 17, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Richmond Shoreline Clean-Up
Shimada Friendship Park, Marina Bay, Richmond

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, CESP will join The Watershed Project, East Bay Regional Parks and Golden Gate Audubon Society in the annual Richmond Shoreline Clean-up at Shimada Friendship Park in Marina Bay. We will help preserve Richmond's 32 miles of shoreline by pulling harmful Fennel plants, spreading mulch to keep back invasive Ice Plant, picking up trash and tracking it to better understand what is going into the Bay. Don't forget to bring boots, hat, sunscreen, and a personal water bottle! Free refreshments will be served.

Community Workshop
Thursday, January 20, 2011, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Re: Breuner Marsh Environmental Restoration
Parchester Village Community Center
900 Williams Drive, Richmond

The East Bay Regional Park District will host a community workshop to develop a long-term strategy for the environmental restoration of the Breuner and Giant Marshes within the Point Pinole Regional Shoreline. This is your opportunity to guide an important project that will also include public access improvements, additional Bay Trail segments and educational features.
For more information visit the EBRPD website.

Community Workshop
Tuesday, January 25, 2011, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Re: Point Molate Bay Trail Connection
Point Richmond Community Center
139 Washington Street, Richmond

Come to a community workshop to share your ideas regarding the proposed Bay Trail connection between Castro St. and Point Molate. This is a chance for you to let the City of Richmond know how important it is to have safe access to Point Molate for cyclists and pedestrians on an off-street trail as soon as possible.CESP remains the sole organization fighting the State Lands Commission to require Chevron to allow Bay Trail access near the I-580 corridor in Richmond. This is an ongoing effort and we are optimistic that we will have success with this effort in the near future.

    For more information visit Trails for Richmond Action Committee or the East Bay Bicycle
    Coalition's website
Thank you for your interest and continual support of East Bay Shoreline Parks.


PatrBruener Marsh in the afternoonicia Vaughan Jones
Executive Director
Citizens for East Shore Parks
(510) 524 - 5000 (office)
(510) 524 - 5008 (fax)




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