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Happy to be in Seaside

"I am new to Seaside, and I have to say, that I am so happy here. I have yet to meet anyone who doesn't have a smile and a welcoming attitude. I hope to grow old here, and have my cremated remains placed on "Terrible Tilley" after my days are done... I not only found the perfect home, but my resting place, as well...Thank you, Seaside."

- Sharon L.

How About The Rest Of Us?

"The day of the Tsunami warning we came into town around 8:30 a.m. It was very odd, because there was nearly nobody around. Only after asking did we find out about the Tsunami warning. If the city is going to advise the residents to leave town, it would be nice to warn folks approaching of the possible danger. Some sort of sign along roads coming into town, maybe?" - Cleve R.

 

 

 

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