There are very serious immediate problems confronting our city. Begin with the “homeless,” and add budgetary problems being caused by a reduction in revenue as the state “resolves” its own financial problems on the backs of the cities. Toss in a serious water shortage due to the drought, continuing efforts at mansionizing of our neighborhoods by overzealous developers and Realtors, add on our terrible year-round traffic gridlock, and our City Council has a plate full of major problems to deal with.
How did our council ever allow its attention to be diverted from such major issues? Just how could fishing in “Laguna’s Ocean” take precedence over our major critical problems and become a more pressing item of concern? It’s time for the council to get their priorities straight. It’s time our immediate and serious problems were placed in their proper perspective.
Fishermen now the ‘enemy’ in Laguna
You would think the Republicans and others would organize their own “Village Laguna,” which has long been a mouthpiece for Arnold Hano. Perhaps Village Laguna has done such a good job running the city that no Republican group is needed, but really, is it true Hano called Mayor Kelly Boyd a “slaughterer” the other day?
Is Boyd the enemy because he enjoys fishing in the ocean?
Sea life needs protection