Opinion

  • Our Readers Write: Letters from the June 30 issue

    Our Readers Write: Letters from the June 30 issue

    ‘Blocked’ sidewalks Tarnish Our Jewel Thank you for the informative article in the June 23 La Jolla Light about the lack of sidewalks and pedestrian safety in many La Jolla neighborhoods. Our community would benefit greatly from measures like “road-dieting” and prioritizing infrastructure for walking...

  • Our Readers Write: Letters from the June 23 issue

    Creative solutions needed to end sea lion ‘crisis’ at La Jolla Cove Kudos to La Jolla Light for its recent stories shining light on the La Jolla Cove situation. Year after year, we wait for the City of San Diego to act in a timely manner, but we’re all getting gray while the number of sea lions...

  • OUR READERS WRITE: Letters from the June 16 issue

    OUR READERS WRITE: Letters from the June 16 issue

    If a group of homeless people occupied The Cove beach, fouled the water, prevented use of the beach and rendered swimming dangerous, they would be removed within 48 hours, but apparently the rights of mammals exceed those of humans. I have walked along The Cove every day and have seen tourists...

  • OUR READERS WRITE: Letters in the June 9 La Jolla Light

    OUR READERS WRITE: Letters in the June 9 La Jolla Light

    Take down the sandwich boards in the Village

  • Letters to the Editor: June 2 issue

    Letters to the Editor: June 2 issue

    I was delighted to see that La Jolla Light put bicycles and cycling on the front page (May 25). More cycling means less cars (maybe) and safer streets (also maybe). Before I continue, I acknowledge that some cyclists don’t behave in a manner that is courteous to other road users. Nor do they obey...

  • Commentary: Why should La Jolla Village residents get MAD?

    Commentary: Why should La Jolla Village residents get MAD?

    Attend one of Enhance La Jolla’s community outreach meetings 10:30 a.m. or 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 22 at La Jolla Rec Center, 615 Prospect St.

  • Commentary: Future of La Jolla Village depends on a MAD

    Commentary: Future of La Jolla Village depends on a MAD

    Come hear the details at 10 a.m. or 6 p.m., Wednesday, June 22 at La Jolla Recreation Center, 615 Prospect St.

  • OUR READERS WRITE: Letters from May 19 La Jolla Light

    OUR READERS WRITE: Letters from May 19 La Jolla Light

    Shame on those who destroy campaign signs There have been dozens of city council candidate Ray Ellis signs wrecked on Torrey Pines Road and many on private property. I’m appalled at the actions of some very nasty people out there who are destroying signs, even going onto private property and twisting...

  • OUR READERS WRITE: Letters from May 5 issue

    OUR READERS WRITE: Letters from May 5 issue

    Time to ‘Make Art, Not War!’ “Without fine art civilization will die” is the core of Nasser Pirasteh’s art. He creates and shares his love of art for our community to see and experience. Residents of all ages have passed by the corner of Nautilus Street and Avenida Manana and felt the whimsy, delight...

  • Our Readers Write: Ready for Sunday half marathon?

    Our Readers Write: Ready for Sunday half marathon?

    Are you ready for La Jolla's 35th annual Kiwanis La Jolla Half Marathon this Sunday (April 24)? This historical Del Mar-to-La Jolla run starts at the fairgrounds, runs through the resort town of Del Mar, along Coast Highway with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, through the beautiful Torrey...