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John was born and raised in Coronado. He graduated from Coronado High School in 1965. He received a Bachelor of Arts with a major in architecture and a Master of Architecture degree from Stanford University. In 2005 he retired from the U.S. Department of State but continues to serve as a consultant to the department.He is a member of the Coronado Transportation Commission. John also volunteers with the San Diego Human Society and County Animal Shelters. He and his wife, Barbara, who is retired from the Central Intelligence Agency, have two sons: Army Captain John W. Tato who is serving with the First Special Forces Group (Airborne) and Navy Ensign Michael R. Tato who is in flight training with VP-30 at NAS Jacksonville.Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: manager@ecoronado.com

City to Replace Bike Plan; Survey Results Worth Considering

The article City Council Kills Bike Master Plan, Poised to Begin Prep of Coronado Comprehensive Active Transportation Strategy invited readers to complete a survey about the...

City Council Kills Bike Master Plan, Poised to Begin Prep of Coronado Comprehensive Active Transportation Strategy

Cartoon taken from age-of-the-sage.org, Transmitting the Wisdoms of the Ages.  At its September 15 meeting the City Council reversed its previous decision to include bike...

Three Recipients Have Received Over $1,785,345 in Grants from the City Over the Last Three Years

The Coronado Visitors Center, operated by the Historical Association, is co-located with the Association's Museum and Gift Shop on Orange Avenue. Three organizations associated with...

Survey Results: Short-Term Rentals “Are a Significant Threat to the Quality of Life in Coronado”

A total of 134 responses to the survey on short-term rentals were received. Eighty-four or 63 percent of the respondents either “strongly...

What is the Opportunity Cost of Coronado’’s Community Grants?

Pictured above is the landscaping and fountain that were included in the initial phase in the City's Downtown Business Area Development Plan. Remaining phases...

The Thoughts of Architect Christian Rice, AIA About Present and Future Architecture in Coronado

This home on Alameda Boulevard designed by Christian Rice, AIA, features an interior courtyard created by the main home and a detached guest...

Provide Your Views as the City Council Reconsiders Community Grants

At its September 1 meeting the City Council voted to table until a future meeting the staff report that compares Coronado'’s community grant program...

Update on the City’s Efforts to Discourage Short-Term Rentals and an Opportunity for You to Weigh-In on the Subject

This house on Adella Avenue, which was featured in the June 17 article City Cracking Down on Illegal Short-Term Rentals, continues to be offered...

Views of Coronado – Architect Dorothy Howard AIA: In 10 Years, More Dense, Less “Home Town”

The dramatic front approach of a bayfront "tropical" style residence designed by Coronado architect Dorothy Howard AIA.This is the first of a series of...

How Does Coronado Compare with Other SoCal Beach Communities in Providing “Beach Path” Access?

View of Coronado's beach shared by motorists, cyclists and pedestrians from the intersection of Marina Avenue and Ocean Boulevard. In June the...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Visitors to Coronado Beach Could be Asymptomatic Carriers

Submitted by Brad WillisA letter to Coronado City Manager Blair King Dear Blair,Like many, I was surprised at the city council’s split decision to keep...

Close Beach for a Few Months to Protect All of Us

Submitted by Rebecca Sauer, RN CPANMy name is Rebecca Sauer, and I am a critical care nurse at UCSD. I am responding to Mayor...

Coronado Beach Open for Running, Walking, Separate From Others

Submitted by Richard BaileySound public policy is driven by data and observation, not misinformation and emotion.The decision to keep Coronado beaches and parks open...

Good News in the Virus Front

Submitted by Daron A. Case, Esq. With the COVID-19 pandemic and related statewide lockdown in place, economies are getting hammered on a national, state and...

NEW STORIES

Local Family Shares COVID-19 Impact and Has Message for Public

A Coronado family is publicly sharing that their loved one, Ashley Settle Duque is battling the Coronavirus and is on a ventilator.  Ashley is...

Council Debates and Closes Beach on Weekends, Limits Parks and Ocean Blvd. Parking

With a room full of empty chairs (many watched live online), the City Council started its Special Meeting on March 31 with the Mayor...

Coronado to Close Beach on Weekends and Limit Park Access

At a special meeting on Tuesday, March 31, the Coronado City Council ordered the closure of its beach, including Dog Beach, on weekends, and...

City of Coronado Projects Millions in Lost Tax Revenue

The future of revenue for Coronado, specifically monies derived from sales tax and Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT), will undoubtedly be at an unprecedented low...

Neighbor to Neighbor, Block by Block: “N2N” Program to Connect Residents

A silver lining is appearing amidst the coronavirus crisis: Coronado residents now have a wonderful opportunity to connect with their neighbors. Thanks to concerned...