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7/11/2009
NEW SUNSET PHOTOS
A new set of 90 photos from Sunset is now posted in the gallery for your viewing pleasure. These photos were all shot in mid June, 2009
7/9/2009
ANOTHER SHARK SIGHTING AT SUNSET
Two surfers witnessed a shark breaching completely out of the water around 7 am this morning. The shark was estimated to be about 7 - 8 feet in length.
7/5/2009
NEW CHARTHOUSE PHOTOS
A new set of 56 photos from Charthouse is now posted in the gallery. These photos were all shot on June 15th, 2009
7/3/2009
SHARK SIGHTING AT SUNSET
A surfer at Sunset reported the following on Friday, July 3rd: "Shark sighting today at sunset 7.45am - medium spinner shark breached 2/300 feet off the dos banos. Didn't see it again, beautiful sight! We kept surfing till the hi-tide at 8.45ish"
5/24/2009
SHARK ATTACKS BIRD AT SUNSET
A surfer reported witnessing a shark kill a bird near the point at Sunset around 6 am on May, 23rd. The shark was approximately 6-7' in length. Visit the Shark Sightings Page for more details.
5/20/2009
SUNSET GETS AN A+
For the first time, Heal the Bay handed out A+ grades to 79 beaches in California that never exceeded bacterial standards. The good news is that Sunset (formally called Will Rogers State Beach at 17200 PCH) was one of the 79 beaches in California receiving the A+ designation. However, Surfrider continued to make the "Bummer" list, receiving an F year-round grade. Topanga got a C year-round grade.
4/30/2009
TEMESCAL STORMWATER UPDATE
Looks like the Temescal Stormwater Project, designed to reduce bacterial flow into Santa Monica Bay at Will Rogers State Beach, may be scrapped because too many residents feel it is "not needed." Hmmm... not sure if they are asking the right people.
4/19/2009
TOPANGA PICS
A new set of 60 photos from Topanga is now posted in the gallery. These photos were all shot in mid March 2009.
3/26/2009
STORMWATER DIVERSION PLANS FOR SUNSET
The L.A. Department of Public Works has applied for a grant to divert stormwater runoff from a storm drain at the top of Los Liones Drive into a dry streambed that runs through Los Liones Gateway Park. Currently, runoff from the 800-acre watershed of Los Liones Canyon flows into a storm drain that empties into the ocean just south of Gladstone's Restaurant.
3/23/2009
SUNSETSURF.COM HAS A NEW LOOK AND FEEL!
Just in time for spring, SunsetSurf.com has been totally revamped and now features daily reports, photos and surfcams for Sunset, Topanga, Charthouse, and Surfrider. There are also much improved forums, an events calendar and many other community building resources designed to support, foster and unite the local surf community. Hope you enjoy and please feel free to send suggestions, comments, or any other feedback.
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