The South Coast Air Quality Management District Friday approved a plan to allow fire pits along Southland beaches, although certain restrictions will be in effect.
The South Coast Air Quality Management District board will hold a public meeting Thursday to solicit feedback from residents about a new proposal that aims to restrict fire pits along Southern California beaches.
Should you find yourself in need of a change of scenery, or if bars just aren’t your thing, there are plenty of nighttime activities the City of Angels offers for residents and tourists alike.
Orange County residents gathered Friday to participate in an ongoing debate about a Southern California tradition—beach bonfires.
Preliminary testing released Wednesday by regional air quality officials found that smoke from the beach bonfires that dot the Southern California coastline pollutes the air in nearby neighborhoods and on the beaches themselves.
A large group of people in Huntington Beach Sunday protested a proposed ban on beach bonfires.
Huntington Beach and Newport Beach officials expressed their opposing arguments to the South Coast Air Quality Management District officials in a 9 a.m. meeting.