Please try to encourage him to use the walkway vs the street.
It isn't the canvas he prefers, but maybe a happy medium can be reached and maybe the city can find a way
to let him work on the street on occasion.
The city has the power to change the ordinance and maybe if he makes an effort the city can find a way to support his work beyond the walkway.
Mayor Casey Tanaka,
After reading the crime blog posted on this site...it's clear that there are bigger problems.
What exactly is the violation in spreading some sand on the pavement and that's sand that he swept up
from the street to begin…Continue
Driving down tomorrow and wanted to know ahead of time if the shoreline and water are clear or is there still a zone?
CORONADO — The mother of Max Shacknai, the 6-year-old who died in July 2011 in Coronado, has asked that police reopen the investigation into her son’s death and consider independent evidence indicating it is a possible homicide, her attorney and public relations firm said Monday.
Coronado police have classified Max’s death as accidental.…Continue
2 young girls approached the Sandman with a request.
They looked to be of middle school age.
The result, Sophia and Sophie had their names spelled out with a tiny heart in place of dotting the i's.
Their day was made and two more lives touched by a simple act.
Headed down and want to avoid it after last weekends mess in front of the Shores.
I understand the city cleaned up the beach portion this week.
Fluorescent green die in the ocean in front of the Del and Coast Guard Chopper circling...kelp galore in front of shores
Could anyone explain the die, the chopper and when the city plans to clear the kelp?
Forget the vinegar, meat tenderizer, baking soda or pee for treating a jellyfish sting this summer. Hot water and a topical cream are the best treatment, according to a study by UC San Diego’s Department of Emergency Medicine.
I wanted to publicly thank the lifeguards.
Having become "educated" to the proper treatment, I made my way to tower 2C today and everything was
done in a concerned and professional manner. The scalding hot water available at the main tower made all
the difference in the world. Nothing near the previous pain.
Sean Casey has a great group of lifeguards and the beach…Continue
I've spent 55 years coming down to Coronado and despite occasionally watching someone experience the pain of a
Stingray, I've avoided it, that is until a few weeks ago. It is a miserable experience and being unprepared for it only
makes it worse. While Coronado is served by a wonderful group of lifeguards it's clear they are unprepared as well.
In flagging one down, he proceeded to tell me that hot water and Advil was the recommended course of action.…Continue