Letters to the Editor: Jan. 23, 2009

First freshen up City Hall
If the City of Del Mar really wants to “freshen up downtown” and “attract investors, development, businesses …” and make downtown more marketable, take a hard look at Del Mar City Hall. So much for civic pride. This public meeting place, information center and public offices are located in a horrendous building. Its aesthetics are nil and the interior working conditions for the City Manager and the City’s employees are laughable. It’s embarrassing. And, the public bathrooms there are a whole ‘nuther story.
Spiros Miller
Del Mar Heights

Related posts:

  1. Letters to the Editor: Sept. 19, 2008
  2. Letters to the Editor: Oct. 24, 2008
  3. Letters to the Editor: Aug. 15, 2008
  4. Letters to the Editor: Oct. 10, 2008
  5. Letters to the Editor: Oct. 3, 2008

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