One More Reason to Be Grateful We are Not L.A.
Posted by Former Blogger Chris Emami on February 9, 2012
In a genius move this week the L.A. County Board of Supervisors voted to fine people for throwing footballs and frisbees on the beach, Because as we all know this dangerous activity has cost numerous lives in Los Angeles and needed to be put to a stop. Not only is it now a fine that residents will face, but it is a $1,000 fine.
If you want to throw a frisbee or football you will now be stuck going to the horrible beaches in Orange County to do so. A $1,000 fine is not something that people are going to want to have to seal with, so I fully expect to see a dip in the Los Angeles economy at and near the beaches. On top of this apparently it is alsp now illegal to dig holes in the sand of over 18 inches effectively putting a ban on sand castles in L.A. County.
Even though you can no longer buy plastic bags in Dana Point or walk your dog at the Beach in San Clemente, at least in Orange County we are still able to throw footballs, throw frisbees, and dig holes in the sand.