To make it simple to write to the city council you can use these sample letters or go to:

www.LoveSouthO.com

Decide which letter you want to send, copy and paste it, or write you own, sign it and email it.

Email to the 3 or 4 email addresses below and put you name where it says signature.

Dear City Council,

I am writing to you to about the Coast Highway Corridor Project.

I am against reducing Coast Hwy to 2 lanes for the whole stretch of the road.

I am in favor of the No Project Alternative, in which no project or project alternative would be adopted. The project area would remain as it is in existing conditions where Coast Highway would consist of four travel lanes, and the special management area for the Incentive District would not be established.

Thank you for listening,

Signature     (PLEASE include address and any Oceanside business you might own.)

or

Dear City Council,

I am writing to you to about the Coast Highway Corridor Project.

I am against reducing Coast Hwy to 2 from Oceanside Boulevard south to Vista Way.

I am in favor of a Modified Alternative 1, which would include Complete Streets improvements to extend from Harbor Drive to Oceanside Boulevard. The roadway would remain four lanes between Oceanside Boulevard and Vista Way, although streetscape improvements would continue to occur the length of the corridor. The Incentive District would NOT be adopted.  There would be no overlay. With lighted cross walks installed at Loma Alta, Whaley St, Kelly St. and Eaton St. With Street and Sidewalk beautification.

Thank you for listening,

Signature       (PLEASE include address and any Oceanside business you might own.)

Send to:

council@ci.oceanside.ca.us  (goes to all council,city manager, and city clerk)

JAmberson@ci.oceanside.ca.us  John Amberson, Transportation Planner, City of Oceanside,

Jhunt@ci.oceanside.ca.us head of Planning

Business owners should also contact the Oceanside Chamber of Commerceinfo@oceansidechamber.com to let them know how the Coast Highway plan would impact them.

Comments must be submitted by Aug 28, 2017