LETTERS: ‘Overstuffed’ Centennial Beach might have to put up no vacancy sign


I walk my dog through Centennial Beach every day and I’ve seen the taped off fire pits at the beginning of social distancing. Recently, I have noticed this beach has become very overcrowded, to the point where I have to say excuse me repeatedly just to walk on the path.

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Having the shuttle service allows this beach to become overstuffed. What if someone riding the shuttle tests positive for the COVID-19 virus? How on earth would you trace the hundreds of people they could have exposed?

I think a logical thing to do would be to put up a sign when the parking lot is full that reads: “Sorry, this park is at capacity, please visit at another time.”

Angela Dopud

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