Coronado parks, ramps, beaches ... your chance for input

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  1. CraigSmith

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  2. CraigSmith

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    Latest following the Council Meeting

    Council Closes Beach on Weekends

    I have no idea how to interpret the following from the advisory : "The Council agreed to close the Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp when the Harbor Police limit recreational access to San Diego Bay."

    Is it already limited because the other ramps are closed? Or do they mean something else?

    In my line of work, a sentence like that would go back to the originator(s) for a more specific wording. That actually applies to a lot of the info released by various agencies. Though some have been better such as the governor’s Executive stay at home order and very explicit as in list of exempt essential business on the CA government website.
     
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    Yeah it’s locked down now...

    Probably meant to write ‘limits’ instead of ‘limit’ in the sentence. But agree, not the best sentence
     
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    The ramp is open...at least on paper. If you check the coronado city website for the daily email dated March 31 it says the council agreed to close it IF the port shuts down access to the bay. And yes that is confusing because they should have said recreational USE of the bay. But I kinda feel bad for whoever wrote the news release and the daily email....they have to stick to the language that was in the motion that the council approved. And the minutes of the meeting weren't posted last I checked...no way to see who's to blame for the garbled messaging.
    That having been said...if every tweaked-out tinfoil-hat-wearing gin-blossomed anti-vaxxer with a boat trucks over the bridge to launch there, it may negatively impact Coronado residents' ability to use the area and the council may shut the park and the ramp. (#SailBayFloatopia) People will go out of their way to do stupid **** in the name of stickin' it to the man....pokin' the bear then getting all surprised and butthurt when they draw back a bloody stump.

    The council is supposed to assess the effects of their decision at their next meeting.
     
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    Thanks man, you clarified the muddy language ...
    could be risky though depending on the officers you may run into.
     
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