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4/22/2014 8:30PM: CABRILLO NATIONAL MONUMENT: Our request to setup a camera at Cabrillo National Monument has been denied by Tom Workman, the Superintendent. We asked for permission to setup a camera on the property and he replied with a very short message that read, “Cabrillo National Monument is not interested but thank you for your offer.” This is very unfortunate news because the view of San Diego from the monument is spectacular.
We asked Mr. Workman for an explanation and he told us "the park has several public web cams through our Research Learning Center that includes views of the city, harbor and tide-pools."
He went on to say:
"So the park does not need nor is interested in another webcam at this time
Thank you for you for
interest in Cabrillo National Monument. "
..We have replied to Mr. Workman that those cams, with all due respect, are HORRIBLE. They are usually broken and at best update every couple hours. They are certainly not something to be proud of.
We have the technology ready and are excited to bring the same great quality stream you see here to Cabrillo National Monument so that we can present the spectacular live view of San Diego to visitors worldwide - many future tourists to our fine city. To be clear - we are not seeking to replace the park webcams. Our cameras are all about San Diego, and the Cabrillo National Monument location simply cannot be substituted for any other. Check out the Cabrillo National Monument Facebook page [here] and click on the photos.
If you disagree with the decision to deny a new
webcam location at Cabrillo National Monument then please contact Superintendent Tom Workman and ask him to reconsider.
Please be polite, he seems to be a nice guy although maybe a little behind on
technology. To contact Mr. Workman,
visit this page and click the link to e-mail the Superintendent.
Thank you for your support.
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