Comments galore from people who have already signed the petition to SAVE KELLOGG BEACH. 

KA – Stop overdevelopment in San Diego! Here is already way too much traffic in Point Loma and in all beach communities. Please preserve what little space we have left in nature to enjoy in our dear community. Developers – go be money hoarders elsewhere.

AS – This is a delicate area of Point Loma. It is peaceful and provides solace. The project will block public view corridors that have existed for the enjoyment of the public. Second, the area does not support increased traffic and parking that will be caused if this multi-family project gets approved.

SS – This would be devastating to the environment – physically and socially. This should not happen.

SV – This small beach brings back great childhood and young adult memories. This project would destroy the charm and access to Kellogg Beach.

JDC – We walk along Kellogg Beach several times a week. It is beautiful and healthy. We fear this development will hinder access and destroy the beach through erosion – we have watched it happen week by week enabled by the sea wall to the south.

MKC – It’s a ridiculous idea to give this beach away to a select few for a huge project that will forever mar the character of this lovely spot.

MY – I grew up there. Leave the area as it was, not a new Miami Beach!

JS – Condo project will negatively affect this beautiful public beach with a seawall that will cause erosion and loss of public beach use.

DK – The boundaries of this area are too small, getting too populated. The small roads and small beaches are no longer able to accommodate more people. Needs to stop! Point Loma is a peninsula. Build elsewhere!

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MORE comments from people who have already signed the petition to SAVE KELLOGG BEACH. 

RP – This beach is a little treasure among the Pt. Loma community! Please do not destroy the memories of so many who grew up and still use this beach! It would be a travesty!

SH – This is a special place for the community to walk, swim and keep an eye on nature.

DD – My family and I have enjoyed this beautiful beach for several generations. Sometimes decision makers should place emphasis on their residents love of community and the natural beauty of a beach/area such as Kellogg’s a priority over the developer who only wants to rape an area for their own greed. Please reconsider this project and leave this area untouched. Its natural beauty is what makes the area so desirable and unique.

CR – We love Kellogg beach, it’s great to have a local spot, perfect for kiddos and kayaking.

WH – As a native to the Point Loma community, let us have a voice in the development of this cherished public beach. Multi unit dwellings have the potential to overwhelm.

JK – We do not need more density and traffic in an area where egress is already compromised.

AT – This infuriates me! I grew up and still live in Point Loma and Kellogg Beach has always been one of our family’s favorite spots! To think that some greedy and ignorant developers would try to build a monster and ruin so much of what is La Playa is absolutely not okay! We must stop this from happening!

CS – I visit this beach regularly with my sons. It’s an integral part of the fabric of San Diego and San Diego Bay. This development would dramatically detract from our family’s ability to continue to make use of this public beach. The city and Point Loma community were wise to keep this beach public and out of private hands many years ago. Let’s not let short term personal gain infringe on this vision.

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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…

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A multi-family condominium development has been proposed right on Kellogg Beach.

It threatens all who cherish this beautiful public beach and the surrounding area. 

 

If this project goes through…

  • It will cause increased erosion to the beach. 
  • It will threaten the delicate environment at this beach.
  • It will hinder and even block public access to the beach at Lawrence Street. 
  • It will create increased traffic and parking issues for the area. 
  • It will block public view corridors that have existed for decades for the enjoyment of all who live and visit the area. 
  • And, it will forever negatively change the look and character of Kellogg Beach.

This is a small public beach, cherished by all who live nearby and by those who visit here. The proposed construction will include a seawall.  Seawalls are well documented to cause erosion and damage to beaches. 

The property will be built up and out into the tides, so that much of the day you will not be able to access Kellogg Beach at the Lawrence Street entrance.  This is the only city designated entrance to Kellogg Beach that has steps going down to the beach.

The project involves creating 9 condominium units in a 30’+ high structure, replacing one low-rise home.  These additional homes and residents will create more traffic and congestion at Kellogg Beach and will impact ingress and egress in La Playa.

The building will be a massive structure that will block beautiful public views of the marina and bay.  These are public views from the streets that are enjoyed by hundreds, if not thousands of people who live in La Playa and those who visit this area.

Finally, this development will be the first 30’+  high condominium building to be built on the last remaining section of Kellogg Beach.  There are currently only 3 low-rise homes on the beach.  Replacing one of these with a large condo building will forever change the look and character of Kellogg Beach, and it will set a precedent to do the same on the remaining portions of this beach.

Please sign the petition against the proposed development of Bayfront Condos at 405 San Antonio Avenue, Kellogg Beach, San Diego (City Project #483497).

We are asking the Peninsula Community Planning Board to recommend against this proposed development of condominiums on Kellogg Beach.

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