Onerous restrictions at Fletcher Cove Community Center

I am getting married in August and we thought it would be great to use the community center in the town (Solana Beach) where I grew up since we planned a small wedding/reception and wanted to get married on the beach. I looked up the Fletcher Cove Community Center and it only took a quick glance to tell that was not the place for us, or likely anyone wanting a reception there. The restrictions are terrible: Two drinks per person maximum, no use of the outside patios, only quiet music, done by 10 p.m., required guards. We quickly moved on to other locations.

Greg Cagle

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