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Congratulations to our friend Adam Piccolotti! Now with a professional record of 7-0 in the cage! Train with him at his school in San Bruno or in Half Moon Bay @ Raul Castillo Martial Arts.
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Congrats to Adam Piccolotti for bringing home the title belt this weekend! Winning his match in the 2nd round by rear naked choke and still remaining undefeated in the cage. Stop by and congratulate him at his new MMA school in San Bruno. Piccolotti Training Center 731 Kains Ave. San Bruno Ca. Congrats #teampiccolotti on the big win
Adam Piccolotti from Moss Beach HMB fighting for the title belt next Sat Nov. 8th! At Kezar Pavilion in San Francisco (Near Golden Gate Park and Haight) Tickets for sale on our product page and sales go directly to support Adam.
Adam Piccolotti fighting for the title Nov. 8th!
Call 650-560-0100 or stop by 756 Main Street Half Moon Bay
Congrats to #TeamPiccolotti with an undefeated record of 5 amateur fights and 3 professional cage fights! Big win last night with a KO late in the 3rd round! Exciting finish!
Adam Piccolotti going for his 3rd professional cage fight victory! Aug 9th SF. 15 fights including 2 title fights & a women's flyweight bout
Adam Piccolotti fighting in Dragon House 17. Born and raised on the Half Moon Bay Coast California going for his 3rd professional cage fight victory. With an undefeated amateur record. Fighting for Raul Castillo Martial Arts in Half Moon Bay and Team Piccolotti. Sponsored by Cruiser Lifestyle Clothing Company out of Half Moon Bay Ca. Aug. 9th at Kezar Pavillion in San Francisco (@Haight St./Golden Gate Park). Doors open at 3pm fights start at 4pm. 15 Professional fights including 2 title bouts and a women's flyweight bout. Buy Tickets here $40 Gen Admission or Buy at Raul Castillo Martial Arts 756 Main St. Half Moon Bay.
Billionaire claims he owns the road, the beach and the tidesPosted on Wednesday, May 28 at 2:07pm | By Peter Fimrite
There had, until now, been a note of uncertainty about why beach owner Vinod Khosladecided to kick people off Martins Beach, but the billionaire venture capitalist made his motives pretty clear, according to this Chronicle story by Melody Gutierrez.
The green tech titan does not want the hoi polloi touching what he believes is his sand, tidelands or surf.
“Martin’s beach is private property, including the sandy beach and the submerged tidelands seaward of the mean high tide,” argued lobbyists hired by Khosla in a letter to state lawmakers. “There are no existing ‘public’ lands to which access is needed.”
The techie tycoon’s hired guns were trying to convince lawmakers to vote against a bill by Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo requiring the State Lands Commission to buy the road or obtain access rights to Martins Beach, 6 miles south of Half Moon Bay. The Senate passed the bill 22 to 11 Wednesday. It will now be taken up by the Assembly.
The lobbyists for Khosla are using as justification for their position a decision last October by Superior Court Judge Gerald Buchwald that said Martins Beach was still subject to the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which ended the Mexican-American War in 1848. The treaty essentially required the United States to recognize Mexican land grants as long as the owner filed a claim. Jose Antonio Alviso, who owned the land grant at the time, filed such a claim, and a patent for the beachfront property was issued in 1865.
Judge Buchwald ruled that Alviso’s patent, handed down over the generations, extinguished all public rights to the property, including beach access rights established under the public trust doctrine in the California Constitution, which was first drafted in 1879.
The letter opposing SB968 claimed thatBuchwald’s order means Khosla does not have to provide access to either the beach or off-shore submerged tidelands, which his lawyers point out were specifically mentioned in Buchwald’s ruling.
Lawyers fighting for public access to the beach were apoplectic.
“It’s preposterous,” said Joe Cotchett, the lead attorney for Surfrider, which is awaiting a decision on a lawsuit claiming that Khosla needed a California Coastal Commission permit before he could close the road or make other improvements.
Gary Redenbacher, who argued the case before Judge Buchwald, said even under Mexican law beaches were public property below the highest tide line.
“The beach itself has always been public,” he wrote in an e-mail. ”Therefore, the claim by the lobbyists that it is a private beach has zero credibility in the law whether part of a Mexican Land Grant or not.”
There has been speculation that Khosla’s real motive in the beach battle is to extract payment for a public easement and to force the government to absolve him of liability concerns and take over responsibility for public safety and security. His latest actions, opponents say, lay waste to that theory.
“This,” Redenbacher said, ” is a blatant attempt by Khosla to abscond with public property.”
SF Gate Article HERE