03-01-2011 12:16 AM
Because it's a older neighborhood with no HOA. There also tends to be a high number of renters in the neighborhood. Renters typically don not take care of property.
I agree some parts are more run down than others. My street is one of the nicer ones. However, there are 4 empty houses that are looking for new owners and def. need some TLC.
03-31-2011 04:48 PM
There are other hidden away areas even San Diegans aren't that aware of, one that is great with big lots and some ocean views and lots of open space is called Encanto Hieghts, I've lived there for 21 years. It also is centrally located by Hwy 805 and 94.
04-01-2011 03:37 PM
I feel the problem is that people keep their mouth shut way TOO much. SPEAK UP people! If you know about illegal squatters living in a empty house CALL THE COPS!! If someone is up to no good CALL THE COPS!!
The cops need to get off their butt and bust real criminals. Instead of handing out tickets to ordinary citizens that are just making minor traffic violations. So many b.s. tickets are handed out because the cops NEED our money. But if we kept them busy with REAL crime. I think we would all be happier.
Keep the cops busy with all the B.S. that goes on in the neighborhoods of San Diego. And we will all get less traffic tickets.
My street in P.H. is a good street, for the exception of one house. Do I and the neighbor call the cops? You bethca!!
SPEAK UP TO KEEP OUR NEIGHBORHOODS CLEAN.
04-19-2011 07:57 PM
It has not a thing to do with Naval personnel, but everything to do with the people that live there year after year. The community is afraid of everything & everybody, take charge of your community; if you can't find any able bodied men to get the squatters out band together the women & children... it seems that the men are milk toast in that community.