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By Aaron Davis, San Clemente
A recent letter commented on the challenging traffic lights of Avenida Vista Hermosa. Who do we have to call about the Avenida Pico lights? There is a sign on Pico that says, “lights are timed” – apparently for our frustration. From the high school toward water, it is a debacle. Don’t get me started about the lights stopping 15 cars to allow one to turn into Pico Plaza. For the sake of the environment and communal sanity, whoever has the magical powers to have one light turn on shortly after another, use them for good.