Clients seeking favor at City Hall include Airbnb, BOOS Development West, EBI Consulting, and Topgolf International
Matt Potter 6 a.m., Sept. 28
A dangerous moving cart was stopped by Robert LaMarche on Friday, November 6, 2009 around 7:00 in the morning at the west side of San Diego City College Learning Resource Center. The cart was rolling down the hill near the corner of Park Boulevard and B Street and almost hit a green car. The red cart did not have any type of identification on it and seems to have been used by a homeless person since it still had items in it that would not be found at a supermarket or grocery store. The cart, if not stopped, would have ended up rolling down the street and possibly causing an accident with another vehicle or a jaywalking student. The intersection is full of walkers as students head towards their classes at the San Diego High School as well as San Diego City College.
LaMarche said, “I’m glad this cart didn’t do any damage.” A supervising attendant at the McDonalds Restaurant at 1260 Park Boulevard said, “That cart was in our parking lot yesterday and since it is on the sidewalk and not on our property anymore, we are not responsible for it.” However, he did ask his maintenance worker, Eduardo, to see if he can do something about the wayward cart.