Again, here are MORE comments from people who have already signed the petition to SAVE KELLOGG BEACH. 

AD – The proposed seawall will create erosion of the remining beach and block public access any time other than very low tide. The proposed condo project will block public views.

CM – My husband’s grandparents met at Kellogg’s in the early 1920’s. Four generations in our family have loved this beach! Tradition + Treasure!

SL – It’s not in the public interest of those of us who live and are raising our children to over develop here in Point Loma, loss of a public beach to service and line the pockets of yet another overzealous property developer.
We cannot allow greed determine and lower our quality of life…

HD – Kellogg Beach is a gem in Point Loma – and having a three story condominium complex replace ONE residential unit will change the look and feel of the area. I worry about traffic and parking on the very narrow San Antonio Avenue. I worry about the public access to the beach. And, like others, I worry about how adding a seawall will eventually erode the beach (as has happened recently before at the foot of Kellogg Street).

CL – This beach is a treasure. This proposed condo complex will ruin it and the neighborhood. It will erode the beach, deny access to the public and destroy the view corridor, create parking issues in the neighborhood.

DD – Kellogg Beach was (and is) an alternative to the “touristy” beach scene. Always complete with conversation and culture as well as events of the day. San Diego bay visuals and clean blue ocean out past Point Loma and Coronado.

VS – Took my kids to that beach many times. Great memories and I hope to save it for future generations.

MG – Disgusted that the city would allow the development of this area and to ruin this beloved community beach!!! Stop the overdevelopment of our beautiful little community! This beach has been enjoyed by all for generations…

Sign the petition by clicking HERE. Thank you! 

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