I was jarred out of my sleep again before 6am this morning. Was it my toddler waking? The dog barking? Nope. It was the sirens of a police car, or maybe a fire truck. Is there that much traffic before the sun rises in Coronado that the emergency services need to blast their sirens? Or are they just making sure the taxpaying residents know that they are getting their monies worth?
This is not the first time I thought of voicing my opinion on the matter. Those sirens can be heard at all hours of the night. Midnight, 2am, 5am? No consideration. I've lived in many communities and this is the first one where the emergency services have no respect for the sleeping residents. All the other neighborhoods that I have lived only turned on their lights after 9pm or before 8am.
In closing, I respectfully ask that Coronado's finest refrain from using sirens and use lights only from 9pm to 8am or some thing close to that.Anyone agree with me? How can we make this happen?
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