Urge Gov. Brown to sign greater L.A. River access into law

From top left, clockwise, the tranquility of carp-filled pools, at the beginning of Glendale Narrows. Once you get past the city locks, you can see self-shadows and nifty bridge architecture. (Jim Burns)

This message from our friends at FOLAR:

“You probably read that SB 1201 is now at the desk of the Governor.

On our website, it shows how citizens can ask him to sign the bill.

Would you mind circulating the contact info to the fishing community?

” See you on the river, Jim Burns

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2 thoughts on “Urge Gov. Brown to sign greater L.A. River access into law

    • Great, Gregg, thanks for getting in touch with the governor in support of more open access. The bill adds the words, “recreation and education” to the original language. Hard to believe that it’s stalled on his desk. best, Jim

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