La Jolla Shores lifeguards host open house at their new tower

La Jolla Shores lifeguards held an open house for the new lifeguard tower, Oct. 11, co-hosted by District 1 City Councilmember Sherri Lightner. Those interested were able to explore the tower, and even see things from the lifeguard’s point of view, standing in the tower’s crow’s nest.

Pictured are Jihad Sleiman (City of San Diego project manager), District 1 City Councilmember Sherri Lightner, Jackie Booth (former La Jolla Shores Association member who helped steer the project), associate engineer Zina Rummani, principal architect Ralph Roesling, Susan Goulian (former Shores Association member), architect Rick Espana, Fran Doolittle (former Shores Association member), lifeguard chief Rick Wurtz, and lifeguard spokesperson Ed Harris. In the back: Joe LaCava (vice chair of the Community Planning Association) and La Jolla Shores Association Chair Tim Lucas. Ashley Mackin

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