Letters: Java jam

Letters: Java jam


Traffic chaos on Ocean Beach Highway this past Sunday (June 21) caught everybody by surprise, including myself.

The cause was even more bizarre as I approached the Dutch Bros. coffee store. There it was – as cars lined up for coffee, traffic was blocked to make a right hand turn as well as those trying to drive straight in the right hand lane.

I hope drivers, as well as Dutch Bros., are held responsible. To say the least, Ocean Beach Highway nor any other street should be a public parking lot to get a cup of coffee. Furthermore, the employees should not be allowed to walk off property and take orders on the street.

Mark Lengyel


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