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Thank you, councilmembers, for recognizing and taking action to prohibit e-bikes on the Beach Trail and beaches. Unfortunately, I think there’s more work to be done.

I witness nearly everyday parents who have their children and babies (easily under 4 years old), two at a time, on the backs of these e-bikes riding on streets posted 40 mph. I consider this child endangerment.

Obviously, the parents think it’s a fun activity. The only thing I can do is pray and hope it doesn’t take a tragedy before the city of San Clemente wakes up.

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  • so who pushed them into the street and off the trails ? Shame on council they should have improved the trail instead of pulling their guns

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