No more roads until our existing ones get fixed

By Cara Lou Wicks of Oceanside, in the U~T San Diego on March 4, 2012

The Oceanside Council (KFF: Jerry Kern, Gary Felien and Jack Feller) continue to
push for more roads between Highways 76 and 78. Never mind it will cost millions,
take residential homes and probably take years.

My suggestion to those three is: Drive up/down the major accesses now in place,
El Camino and College Boulevard. Both are a real driving experience, dodging potholes.
These city streets are in terrible condition, poorly maintained and if these three council
members feel compelled to lay some asphalt, my suggestion is to start on
the above mentioned.

If a city has no funds or incentive to maintain what is currently in place, they have no
justification to build more.