Letters to the Editor

Want a clean Pirate’s Cove? Then join us this weekend

Pirate's Cove between Avila Beach and Shell Beach has had crime, safety and cleanliness problems for years, including an incredibly bumpy parking area and no garbage cans.
Pirate's Cove between Avila Beach and Shell Beach has had crime, safety and cleanliness problems for years, including an incredibly bumpy parking area and no garbage cans. ldickinson@thetribunenews.com

Sunday’s cover story about Pirate’s Cove is right on. It’s a mess.

The public has an opportunity Saturday morning, Sept. 16, to help clean it up. Be a part of Coastal Cleanup Day. Come out and see for yourself what Pirate’s Cove looks like. We can always use volunteers to help us clean up the trash.

Sign up at www.ecoslo.org and choose site No. 22 for Pirate’s Cove. Or you can choose any other location. Just come out and join us. Let’s clean up our coastline. You will feel good about yourself.

Everyone is invited, even the county supervisors.

Gene Quayle, Grover Beach

Pirate's Cove is San Luis Obispo County's only nude beach. But it isn't the nudity that people complain about most. It's the trash.

Related stories from San Luis Obispo Tribune

  Comments