This past Commission meeting was noteworthy. Some of the accomplishments include setting in motion the process to close the last coastal sand mine in the continental U.S., delivering a plan to tackle leaking oil wells along the southern California coast, authorizing... Read MoreRead more about August 17, 2017 Meeting Highlights
Beach sand mine retirement plan agreed between CEMEX, state agencies, and local government. San Diego, CA – Today, the State Lands Commission voted unanimously to approve an historic four-way settlement agreement with CEMEX that ends coastal sand mining in... Read MoreRead more about State Lands Commission approves closure of last coastal sand mine in the continental U.S.
San Diego – Today, the State Lands Commission voted unanimously to take a critical step to remedy leaking oil wells at Summerland Beach in Santa Barbara County. Over the past few years, the State Lands Commission has fought to secure dedicated funding to... Read MoreRead more about Commission delivers plan to tackle abandoned oil wells leaking on California beach
The State Lands Commission is committed to public and environmental safety and community engagement. Sacramento, CA – Today, the State Lands Commission received documents from Venoco, LLC quitclaiming its interests in the South Ellwood Field leases, including... Read MoreRead more about Santa Barbara Channel oil platform to be decommissioned