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Community update

March Board Meeting - The March board meeting will be held on Wednesday March 15th at 5:00 pm. We will meet at the Mission Beach Women's Club on Santa Clara Pl. Any member of the Council may attend meetings of the Board of Directors but shall not be allowed to vote, make, or second motions. However, an attending member may make as many suggestions as allowed by the presiding Officer of the meeting. The agenda may be found here

Easter Egg Hunt - The Santa Clara Rec Center is holding an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday March 8th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. If you would like to volunteer to help please contact Tonya Thomas the Director of Santa Clara Rec at (858) 581-9690. See the below flyer for more details.

Lucky Duck Foundation - Thank you to Drew Moser the Executive Director of the Lucky Duck Foundation who gave a very informative presentation on the homeless crisis to our members at the last general meeting. To find out more about the foundation please go here

Large Item Garbage Collection - The city Environmental Services Department will hold a large item pick up on Saturday March 25th. Watch for a flyer from the city in advance of the pick up date.

Vehicle Habitation Issues - The San Diego Police Department has not been allowed to enforce the Vehicle Habitation Ordinance at the direction of the Mayor's and City Attorney's office. As most of you know that has resulted in large numbers of so called "van lifers" populating areas such as Mission Point Park (south side of the jetty), Santa Clara Pl. and El Carmel Pl. With the opening of new city sponsored "Safe Parking Lots" some relief may be in sight.

Word has it that as of April 1st the city will begin requiring the "van lifers" to move out of areas such as Mission Point Park (south side of the jetty), Santa Clara Pl. and El Carmel Pl. into city sponsored "Safe Parking Lots". Please continue to file Get It Done reports about vehicle habitation in these and other areas and then forward the Get It Done Report numbers to the Mayor and City Attorney's office asking them to return our parks to the public's use. Remember the squeaky wheel gets the grease!

Paola Avila - Chief of Staff to Mayor Gloria

Khota Zaiser -

City Attorney Mara Elliott


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