It was just another day at the green pulpit for Douglas, who thinks government powers should be used to coerce individuals to “care with mind and heart for Gaia and all life she sustains.”
Today the Second District California Court of Appeal struck down the California Coastal Commission’s attempt to restrict homes that can be seen from ocean by a passing boater, kayaker, or surfer.
San Luis Obispo County property owner Dennis Schneider wasn’t ready for the legal challenge he faced to build a seaside dream home along the rural Harmony Coast near Cayucos.
Ban homes along the coast so boaters can have prinstine views of the shoreline? Increadible as it sounds, the California Coastal Commission is actively implementing this policy in the name of protecting scenic “view-sheds.”