OPINION: ‘Clean News’ message way off base

We request that the “Clean News” retract the editorial content of last week’s advertisement (Light, August 26) and acknowledge that it did not reflect the opinion of the Streetscape Committee. Our community is not served by such an approach.

We believe that La Jollans want their leaders and volunteers to engage in civil discourse in conducting community affairs and working with the city. We hope the “Clean News” will return to its editorial policy of highlighting positive activities and inspiring community involvement.

Joe LaCava
Darcy Ashley

Mary Coakley
Jim Heaton
Joe Parker

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