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I got this email about the 2nd Amendment from a Home Owner Association perspective. I am on a HOA

board of directors.

I am not going to attend this webinar but I find it disturbing that we have to cater to gunners rather than just restrict the presence of guns in our common areas.



The Second Amendment right to bear arms has become a subject of hot debate in recent months. Two attorneys discuss the issues involved in a community association's commitment to residents' safety and the presence of legal firearms in the community.


What liability does the association have to owners with respect to restricting, or failing to restrict, carrying guns in common areas?
What are the Second Amendment protections regarding an individualís right to bear arms in a community association?
How can associations protect residents against disgruntled owners who may commit violent acts with firearms?

WOW weekend at Cal Poly San Louis Obispo

There is this undeveloped beach near Avila CA on the Central Coast. It is known as Pirates Cove. Just recently the Coastal Commission stopped San Luis Obispo county's attempt to "develop" the beach. We like it the way nature made it and are happy it will stay that way for a while yet.
It is also a clothing optional beach because there is no law in the area prohibiting nudity there. The cops leave it alone.
So that makes it the perfect place for college kids to bring their beer and weed and party.
This weekend was WOW weekend and upper class students brought hundreds of incoming freshmen to the breach to show them were to go to party down.
It was also beach clean up weekend and some students helped in the clean up.
I couldn't help but wonder if getting drunk and stoned on the beach has anything to do with the students prospects for after college. I think at least some if not a lot of them will be up to their ears in debt, unemployed and living with mom and dad in a few years. Party!
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