Donna Frye

Former San Diego City Councilwoman Donna Frye, who voted in favor of the year-round rope while serving on the council in 2010, spoke in favor of the barrier once again during the Coastal Commission hearing. “These are wild animals. They are not pets,” Frye said. “This guideline rope will allow people to understand that they need to keep a safe distance from wildlife. We want to make sure that the public health and safety is protected, just like we did back in 2010. Now here we are over two years later to support the action that the council took over two years ago. It’s been a long, winding road to get to where we are.”

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