Last login: Monday, July 5, 2010
PBnative - you are wrong. The average PB resident experiences half the crime the average San Diegan does. When you see females walking down the streets individually at 3:00am in the morning, you know you are in a safe place. You won't see that say, in City Heights.
The beach booze ban caused the floatopia's and other public places to become the new drinking spots. If alcohol is banned there, it will move elsewhere. If public alcohol drinking is banned altogether, and the alcohol businesses become too restricted, then private house parties will become the next primary location for drinking.
Keep in mind, Mr Chipman does not represent the majority view of Pacific Beach. 6 out of 10 PB voting residents voted against the beach booze ban. The irony is that the beach booze ban mainly affected Pacific Beach and Mission Beach. Maybe KPBS could bring in a resident who represents that majority view?http://obrag.org/?p=2100
July 5, 2010 at 5:24 p.m.
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