CZ board member, Metzger has characterized the current Coto de Caza traffic patrol as “intensive” – only after the board was coerced into bringing back the CHP – the problem is that since the association has not invested in a tickler file for its service providers, those responsible let road certification expire on all but Coto de Caza Drive – apparently making this road the more intensively patrolled street in the history of Coto de Caza!
In contrast, the more pensive approach to public safety in Ladera Ranch with a much larger population that Coto de Caza during February 2006, averaged 5 - 6 units per shift on Day Shift and Swing Shift, and 3 units on Graveyard Shift worth of CHP patrol.
Bottom Line: Coto de Caza has logged two traffic fatalities in the last six months. Ladera Ranch? None since 2000!
But of course, we cannot provide the “official figures” for Coto de Caza, given that we are not highly paid consultants for the association. We merely work with local law enforcement agencies in developing public safety community management tools.
We do not make jokes, we simply watch the Coto de Caza Board of directors, the LA Trash and the Orange Crud Repository and report the facts