As a Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) Commissioner for Coronado, here is the statement I made on the record during yesterday’s meeting in San Diego:
Scarcely a week goes by when at least one resident, but sometimes more than one, approaches me with their concern about the need for more MTS service in Coronado. Coronado residents want more bus service for the Village, Shores and Cays. I want to make sure that my colleagues on…Continue
In Coronado, CA city officials misappropriated millions of dollars from the Bridge Toll Revenue Fund that were intended for Corridor residents who live on and between Third & Fourth Streets from the Bridge Toll Booths to Naval Air Station North Island (NASNI, or North Island).
According to the city’s Balance Sheet dated June 2012, there was approximately $ 10 million left in a Special Use…Continue
Residents who invest $ 5 in zip ties and know how to use them in their garage can prevent the 6-second garage break in.
Between Austin and San Antonio, in San Marcos, TX, there are clever thieves. Residents of San Marcos are victims of the 6-second garage break in.Continue
It's a fact: Neighborhood Watch prevents crime.
Over this past holiday weekend, Coronado experienced a crime spree by one individual who is believed to have been out of his mind on drugs. His behavior involved multiple attempted burglaries and thefts, as well as two successful home burglaries and one successful theft of a vehicle and some personal property that was recovered later. He also was involved in a hit-and-run with the stolen…Continue
According to California Governor & U.S. Department of Agriculture, Coronado is in an official state of drought emergency and a natural disaster area due to drought. We must all do our part to conserve water now (and always).
It’s easy to live in a carefree bubble in Coronado and take for granted the water that flows out of our taps and showers every day.
But California Governor Jerry Brown declared a State of Emergency because of the current,…Continue