Saturday, November 28, 2020

Letters to the Editor

Third and Fourth Streets Speed Limits Under Review

Typical traffic on Third Street west of Orange Avenue. The purpose of this article is to amplify on the recent blog posting by...

Community Voices: The “Plastification” of Coronado

Let's stop using fake grass. The idea to cover the earth with plastic is wrong and it still has to be washed. ...

Community Voices: Higher Speeds Coming to Coronado Streets?

Speed Zoning Study 101 It does not look good for proponents of low-residential speeds through Coronado. Here is why: most drivers are not...

Community Voices: What’s up with trucks and busses getting wedged at Third and Alameda (SR282)?

The groundings are caused by two deep dips coupled with a high berm running the crest of Alameda. When longer trucks cross the...

Community Voices: Raising the Speed Limit on 3rd and 4th to 30 MPH would never be done by anyone who Lives and has children...

Raising the Speed Limit on 3rd and 4th to 30 MPH would never be done by anyone who Lives and has children on...

Community Voices: Avenue of Heroes’ Banners Going up Soon

After one year and 15-months, the Avenue of Heroes Banners will be displayed on SR 282 in Coronado (Third and Fourth Streets). It is...

Community Voices: Excessive Parking Cost at Coronado Plaza

Are you aware that the Coronado Plaza underground garage charges $3 a half hour for parking…that none of the eateries in the Plaza validate...

Community Voices: This is Not a Historic Coronado Trolley

The City Council is being asked to restore a railroad car from National City, and one that rarely came to Coronado at that....

Community Voices: Help Coronado Resident Rebuild After Christmas Day Fire

My name is Chelsea and I am trying to help out a friend who suffered a tragedy on Christmas day. Her name is...

Community Voices: Way to Go CPD and Community Crime Watch

Burglary Arrest Update Investigators have determined through physical evidence that the three juveniles arrested yesterday are responsible for the two burglaries and...

Community Voices: Should Coronado City Council Restore Railcar from National City & Otay Railway?

Created/Submitted by Harold Myers:Will one of our parks or the median be used to commemorate the history of National City? This video is...

Community Voices: What has happened to the Del?

We just returned home after being turned away from Brunch this morning at 10:30. We did not have reservations; however the room (as...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Use Our Money to Improve Our Lives

Submitted by Barry & Susan AustinIn the Eagle last week, Councilmembers Heinze and Sandke asked for feedback about how some of our...

Election Integrity

Submitted by Frank CorahIt is vitally important in this contentious Presidential election that the American people, regardless of their political persuasion, trust the election...

Fate of The Ferry Landing Marketplace at Risk

Submitted by Marilyn FieldBad news for those who appreciate the quirky charms of The Ferry Landing Marketplace buildings: their fate is hanging in the...

This Isn’t Coronado

Submitted by Carolyn RogersonRecently Coronado has been in local news and national social media for a sad, shocking reason. Those who would not like...

NEW STORIES

Coronado’s Amanda Russell Makes the Holidays Shine Brighter with Christmas Giving

A child needs new eyeglasses for school, but his parents can't afford them. A father can't drive to work because the family car is...

Home in Coronado for the Holidays

There is no place like “Home in Coronado for the Holidays” and the City is working on plans for free activities for the entire...

Coronado Crime Report (November 14 through November 20)

The information below is provided weekly from the Coronado Police Department and then summarized for publication. Crimes Reported: Restraining Order Violation on B AvenueTemporary restraining order...

Mel Moore (1929-2020)

He served his country proudly in Korea and Vietnam as a pilot in the US Navy. In 1967, at the age of 38, Captain...

Health Officials Urge You to Keep Holiday Celebrations Small, Short and Safe

Given the surge in San Diego County cases and hospitalizations due to COVID-19, County health officials are urging San Diegans to keep Thanksgiving and...