Imperial Beach, California Part 7
In the present case, a ton can become a kiloton and then a kiloton can become a megaton all so very, very quickly in those bunkers just to the north of the Tijuana River Estuary and Border Field State Park.
Our local border areas with Mexico have been scarred with that mean spirited tall boundary of steel. Much of it is lighted all night long. With its construction, auto thefts in San Diego dropped by about 30% and burglaries also dropped by about 30%.
The city fathers (and mothers) of Imperial Beach seem adamant today that enough is enough and that the miles of border immediately to the south of their city limits should be maintained in their unnaturally bubbling state and untouched by long stretches of additional steel and concrete barriers which may in any way impact the diversity and volume of visitors to the Tijuana River Estuary and Border Field State Park.