ScubaLawyer wrote: ↑Mon Nov 19, 2018 9:48 pm
No, just the multi-multi-million dollar beachfront Southern California homes and the mere multi-million dollar homes one street back from the beach.
That particular sign was implemented because back when you could get lobster off our beaches (our town, with the help and approval of the State of California has now outlawed that too) divers would dress, make noise and clank around at all hours of the night right next to the homes where there was public beach access. Pissed off the homeowners and they all complained to the City. The local dive shop used to use tape around the valves to show a filled tank and those pieces of tape with the dive shop's name all over them found themselves stuck to homeowners cars, mailboxes, littered on the ground and (don't ask me how I know this) occasionally stuck to the collars of roaming cats.
[Makes sense to some extent like the people who more next to an AFB and complain about the jets. California tends to bend more ( to the left) then the Airforce.]
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