Updated: May 14
This is a comment on Nextdoor from someone who implies a Mission Beach resident.
"The closure of the boardwalks in Pacific Beach and Mission Beach time has ran out! The police state is out in force with their motorcycles, squad cars, dune buggies, lifeguard Patrols and on foot. I feel sorry for the police. They are also put in a situation they do not want to be in and are only giving verbal warnings. Think of the money that is being wasted on these unnecessary Patrols. The police should be allowed to go where more important enforcement is needed. If people have Bayfront or Oceanfront properties they cannot even walk out their front door without being in violation. Our civil liberties are being infringed. If there was ever an effort to organize an act of civil disobedience by a group of concerned citizens deciding to take a walk on the boardwalk I would definitely join. #OpenTheBoarwalk"
I am not going to get into the pros and cons of the claim on Nextdoor. But, I will suggest that the mayor is using a heavy hand at the beach to show the governor that San Diego residents are sufficiently mature so that the whole City can be opened. These folks time and again continue to prove that San Diego is anything but ready to be set free.
What else is there to say?