Allen Baylis,from friendsofsanonofre.org gives us a brief understanding of why people enjoy the nudist lifestyle.
San Onofre Beach at Trail 6 has been a clothing-optional haven for nature lovers for over 30 years. Now the the California State Park System is planning on taking away this small stretch of clothing-optional paradise unless we all speak-up!
On May 19th 2008, Ruth Coleman, Director of California Department of Parks and Recreation had issued an order revoking the longstanding “Cahill Policy” as it applies to the San Onofre trail 6 area, effective Sept. 2, 2008. The day after labor day.
Allen Baylis, an attorney, said the naturists have a right to be nude at Trail 6 because of the Cahill Policy, written in 1979. The rule states that “enforcement of nude sunbathing regulations within the state park system shall be made only upon the complaint of a private citizen. Citations or arrests shall be made only after attempts are made to elicit voluntary compliance with the regulations.”
Please see http://www.friendsofsanonofre.org and http://www.sanonofree.org for more info and to learn what you can do to help save the beach! Also see what other’s are saying here: http://beach.freedomblogging.com/2008…
If you have not done so already, please write or email DPR Director Coleman at:
Director Ruth Coleman
Dept. of Parks and Recreation
1416 Ninth Street,
Sacramento, CA 95816
DIRECTOR’S OFFICE TELEPHONE: (916) 653-8380
DIRECTOR’S OFFICE FAX: (916) 657-3903
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
State Capitol Building
Sacramento, CA 95814
E-mail link on site at: http://www.sanonofree.org