LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- It was a healthy turnout in Redondo Beach for the arrival of the California Coastal Commission. The commission met at the Redondo Beach Library to let the public voice their concerns about a $400 million waterfront overhaul.
The commission also toured the waterfront.
The 36-acre project has been in the planning stages for years. Slow-growth activists have been opposed to the size of the project and appealed to the Coastal Commission to take a look.
If the project gets approved it will be a 524,000-square-foot harbor village. The California Coastal Commission says it will make their ruling in August.