An End to an Era – the Last of the Brighton Ave. Beach Restrooms Fall

by on February 24, 2012 · 1 comment

in Economy, Environment, Ocean Beach, San Diego

Yup, it’s an end to an era all right.  These photos were taken by the City of San Diego to demonstrate the end to the Brighton Avenue beach restrooms.  The city calls them “comfort stations” – but whatever they’re called, they’re down.

This all occurred on Wednesday, the 22nd of February.

Next up: the building of the restrooms.

This controversial project has been a long time coming. Here are some recent posts by us: go here, here, and here.

Thanks to Matt Awbrey of Councilman Kevin Faulconer’s office for the photos, taken by the City of San Diego.

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avatar unWASHEdwalmaRtthONG February 24, 2012 at 9:55 am

To save money the city will use the Miramar Landfill Model. They will dig a large trench, install stairs; at the bottom of the stairs you can tinkle; then you may cover the effluent w/ a City-Provided shovel. Welcome to the San Diego Austerity Program.

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