Dear Superior Court Judge Yuri Hofmann,
As a US Citizen residing here in San Diego, I would like to thank you and applaud your efforts to disperse the seals at the “Children’s Pool” beach in La Jolla. I hope to see these actions succeed, and the beach be returned to the hands of its true owners, the people of San Diego.
Often dumbfounded by the countless trespassing violations and blockages of public right-of-way by the members of the “animal kingdom,” I am exceptionally relieved to hear of the $633,934 annual plan to relieve the beach of its insidious seal problem.
I am excited to witness the court’s progress on such issues, and look forward to supporting your efforts to eliminate similar public risks. The ever-invasive presence of fish in the sea still poses a pressing threat to swimmers, ground squirrels unlawfully refuse to vacate public lawns, and seagulls continue to deface the hoods of our cars with their excrement.
Additionally, I believe it would be within the city’s best interest to quickly draft a bill preventing the displaced seals from establishing settlements in front of downtown public buildings, similar to the founding of homeless “tent cities” in these areas after the closing of city Winter Shelters.
Thank you again for your continued support of this utmost rational issue.