Tackle growth issues one by one

Susan Schneider
Del Mar

I am going to vote No on Prop J in Del Mar because of the EIR’s input about increased pollution, because parking issues are not resolved (or paid for) so our side streets will become more congested and unsafe, and because Camino Del Mar and 15th Street could become canyon-like strips of higher buildings (perhaps with more patios with plastic orange chairs and tacky umbrellas like we now have on our most prominent, once charming Plaza corner. Does that reflect the DRB’s taste and influence?).

No thank you. I think we locals should keep our voting rights and tackle growth issues one by one as we have so successfully done over the years.

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Posted by Staff on Oct 30, 2012. Filed under Letters, Opinion, Uncategorized. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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