Tuesday, September 22, 2020
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Beach Water Testing Sites May Double in the South County (video)

County Supervisor Greg Cox announces a proposal to double beach water testing locations between Coronado and Tijuana.https://youtu.be/8-Ry64xub8c Source: County of San Diego To check on beach...

Post-Rain Beach Closures from Border through Coronado

The County of San Diego Dept of Environment Health has once again issued what's become the standard post-rain beach closure notice. Closures were extended...

City Addresses Beach Water Quality Discussion

Local social media groups have been questioning why Coronado beaches didn’t have the same water advisory signs as ones in place along the beach...

All Coronado Beaches Closed Due to Sewage Contamination

It was only a matter of time until the Coronado beaches would be shut down due to health hazards from sewage-contaminated waters. Warning signs...

Tijuana River Spill as Pump Station on Mexican Side Shut Down with no Prior Notification

The South Bay Clean Water/No Border Sewage Movement posted notification on social media yesterday from the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) stating that...

Another Day, Another Spill in the Tijuana River

There was another spill in the Tijuana River from Mexico over the weekend. According to Ginger Sacco, of Citizens Against Sewage, who closely monitors...

Water Quality Testing Reform Needed

Submitted by Citizens Against SewageThe January 9, 2018 lab results from Coronado's North Beach storm drain outfall reflect dramatic exceedances - Total Coliforms were...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – January 19, 2018

City Council authorized a consultant to develop a citywide utility (electrical, cable, telephone, television) undergrounding master plan to be used as a planning...

It Rained, Can I Go to the Beach?

We got rain last week – over 1.25 inches at San Diego International Airport. Which is great, from the perspective of watering the parched...

Water Quality Testing and How to Know if It’s Safe to Go to the Beach

Recent spills, beach closures, sick surfers and dead sea mammals have afflicted our local beaches in recent weeks. In fact, the entire Imperial Beach...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Endorsement for Stacy Keszei for Coronado Unified School Board

Submitted by Matthew GriffithPlease accept this letter as an endorsement for Stacy Keszei for Coronado Unified School Board. Having personally known Stacy and her...

Golf Course Water Recycling – Story Poles Misleading

Submitted by Ann WilsonI watched last week’s Golf Course Advisory Committee Meeting on Coronado TV with interest as city staff was presenting information about...

Strong Support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board

Submitted by Jon Palmieri & Cara ClancyWe are writing to affirm our strong support for Nick Kato for Coronado School Board. Having lived in...

A Thank You to the Coronado Police Department

Submitted by Sebastian Taylor  Coronado Police Department; I Wish I Was Suprised, I'm Not...A few days ago, I witnessed something, something which, to many would...

NEW STORIES

Artist Profile: Dave Samara, Bagpipes (video)

The plaintive call of bagpipes, yes bagpipes, sings out on Orange Avenue most Saturday afternoons as musician Dave Samara seeks to help a local...

Voting and Ballot Drop-Off Locations for Coronado

The City of Coronado will have two locations to drop-off your ballot:Coronado Library, located at 640 Orange Avenue - do not put in...

John Duncan Dreams Big: City Council Candidate Talks Housing, Beach Pollution, Tourism and Diversity

For John Duncan--who’s running for Coronado City Council--it was all a dream.In 2006, before he lived here full-time, Duncan rented a historic home on...

COVID-19 and Flu Shot Update From Sharp Coronado Hospital

Six months after the county shut down in response the coronavirus in mid-March, Sharp Coronado CEO Susan Stone shares what the COVID-19 numbers currently...

Short Council Meeting Focused on Awards and COVID-19 Business Accommodations

For the first time in months, the City Council began its September 15 meeting with a ceremonial presentation to proclaim “Arts in Education Week”...