La Jolla Community Issues – The Seals At Children’s Pool

The debate over whether or not the seals at Children’s Pool are welcome continues every year. It’s a community issue that gets everyone talking and inevitably ruffles a few feathers. On one hand they bring in thousands of tourists annually, which translate into thousands of dollars spent at vendors around the village, in addition to beautifying the coast here. On the other, they hog the beach, smell bad and use the swimming area like a festival port-a-potty – which makes swimming in an area that was originally intended for people a health hazard. Both sides have valid points and hold water.

This week we’ve decided to host a poll, in order to get a feel for how the community really feels about the seals at Children’s Pool.

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Take a moment to fill out the following poll – the results will be revealed next Friday (23/8/2013)


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Vanessa Turkeltaub
Vanessa Turkeltaub graduated from UC San Diego with a BA in Communication. She has been with Blue Book Publishers for over 5 years, and has written over five-hundred La Jolla related articles. She enjoys going to concerts, art, and traveling. (vanessa@lajollabluebook.com)

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