A Malibu woman who alleges she was doused with beer and threatened by a group of territorial surfers in Palos Verdes Estates is among a group of plaintiffs who filed suit against the so-called Lunada Bay Boys this week in Los Angeles Superior Court.
In a class-action suit filed Thursday, Diana Milena Reed and fellow plaintiffs allege that the Bay ...Continue Reading →
The Coastal Commission has requested the city to improve public amenities on the bluff and address the illegally built patios.
Palos Verdes, CA
By Alexander Nguyen (Patch Staff) – July 7, 2016 4:49 am ET
Palos Verdes Estates, CA — The city of Palos Verdes Estates missed the Wednesday deadline to meet the California Coastal Commission’s demand to make Lunada Bay ...Continue Reading →
The deadline for Palos Verdes Estates to begin making changes at Lunada Bay passed Wednesday, and the city has met only some of the California Coastal Commission’s demands to start making the area more welcoming.
In a letter June 6, Coastal Commission Enforcement Agent Jordan Sanchez gave the city until July 6 to start the process of improving public ...Continue Reading →
Despite strong opposition by Palos Verdes residents, the city’s elected officials decided on Tuesday to move forward with the plan to demolish the illegal stone fort at Lunada Bay. The unanimous decision came shortly after the California Coastal Commission pressured the city to remove the fort occupied by “fiercely territorial surfers” or acquire permission by presenting a bevy of measures to improve public access and ...Continue Reading →
The council’s unanimous decision came despite strong opposition by residents, who urged their elected leaders “not to buckle” in the face of the California Coastal Commission. That agency has urged the city to remove the unpermitted facility or seek approval by proposing a package of measures to improve public access and reduce harassment.
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RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. (FOX 11/CNS) – The Palos Verdes Estates City Council is discussing how to remove a stone ‘fort’ along the Lunada Bay shoreline. This structure is a 30-year old party spot for the Bay Boys, a group of local surfers with a troubled reputation for harassing, intimidating and even physically assaulting out-of-towners.
Alleged attacks that have been reported include throwing rocks, having beer poured on people, tires on cars being slashed and physical attacks in the water.