What do you think?

An anonymous donor has stepped forward to the La Jolla Community Foundation with funds for a “Welcome to La Jolla” sign across the pedestrian bridge on Torrey Pines Road at La Jolla Shores Drive. Above, is a prototype of what a local sign-maker has suggested. Do you like it? Please read the related story about lajollavoices.com

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Posted by Phil Dailey on Feb 29, 2012. Filed under Featured Story, La Jolla, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

5 Comments for “What do you think?”

  1. Patricia Hambleton

    I think it is a terrible idea nd very tacky. Use the money to fill potholes in our streets.

  2. Viv

    I don't like the sign or the idea of any sign. It looks tacky.

  3. Nina Stark

    I like the conceept of a sign, and this one is simple and very readable. However, as La Jolla is such a historic community, I would prefer one that better represents that history.
    Nina Stark

  4. Tom

    Is NOT in keeping with La Jolla. Very Tacky. Use the money to Landscape entry roads into La Jolla. La Jolla Parkway from the Firehouse going East looks like the entrance to a dump. Weeds, etc. Landsacpe it like the rest of the street going West. Also Remove the ugly Pink Concrete on La Jolla Village in front of the VA Hospital all the way to Torrey Pines and Plant and Landscape it like the median in front of the Marriott and the Hyatt. While your at it Gilman Drive (The Entrance to the University of Calif) could be improved with Landscaping rather than Vast areas of Blacktop. Don't forget Soledad Mountain Road. It has some planters, but could be improved a lot with More trees and Plants from Garnet to LJ Scenic South. How about it La Jolla Town Council?

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