NOTE: At the July 29, 2018 meeting the club took the position to oppose Soccer City and Vote No on the Soccer City Initiative, and the club voted to support the SDSU West initiative.
This month we’re excited to feature a great panel of speakers on the upcoming ballot initiatives focused on the site of the current San Diego County Credit Union Stadium – AKA Qualcomm Stadium, Jack Murphy Stadium and originally San Diego Stadium.
Whatever the outcome this November there will be a major change to Mission Valley, and San Diego.
- Steve Doyle, Southwest Strategies LLC, SDSU West
- Haley Peterson, Intesa, SDSU Mission Valley
- Joe LaCava, No on Soccer City
Each of our panelists will give a 10 minute presentation, followed by 5 minutes for questions on their segment. After all the presenters have been heard, there will be an additional 15 minutes for general questions from our members.
We hereby notice that at our July 29, 2018 meeting we will consider taking a position on the ballot initiatives involving the Stadium.
Mr. Doyle is currently president and owner of Sandy Point Properties, an infill builder/developer operating within San Diego County. He joined Brookfield homes in early 1993 and was named president of the San Diego and Riverside division in January 1996, the position he held until February of 2013.
Mr. Doyle earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering from San Diego State University in 1980 and a Juris Doctorate in 1984 from the University of San Diego, School of Law. He is a Registered Civil Engineer and admitted into the Federal and California State Bar.
Mr. Doyle has worked in the construction and development industry for his entire career. He started with Nasland Engineering, a general civil engineering company in 1978. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Doyle joined Pardee Construction Company as vice president, project manager, and assistant legal counsel. Mr. Doyle then joined The Baldwin Company as vice president of facility planning and engineering, a position he held until 1993.
Mr. Doyle was elected president of the San Diego Building Industry Association in 2001. He served as president for the California Building Industry Association in 2005. He has served as a board member for the Greater San Diego Chamber of Commerce and continues to serve on the Civil Engineering Advisory Board and as the Chair of the College of Engineering Advisory Board at SDSU. Mr. Doyle joined the University of San Diego School of Law Board of Visitors in 2007 and the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate in 2012. Mr. Doyle joined The Campanile Foundation Board for SDSU in 2017 and served as the Chair of the Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex Fundraising Campaign and now serves as Co-Chair for the Athletics Committee.
He is a Chair for the Construction Industry Alliance for the City of Hope, having raised over $2 million for cancer research in a 5 year period. Mr. Doyle was named to the California Building Industry Hall of Fame in March 2007 and received the SDSU Outstanding College of Engineering Alumni Award in 2008. He was inducted into the San Diego Building Industry Hall of Fame in February 2009, and named a Distinguished Alumni for the University of San Diego School of Law in 2011. In 2013, Steve and his wife were awarded the Walk the Talk Award from Just in Time for Foster Youth for their work with former foster children. Mr. Doyle received the Outstanding USO Partner Award for his efforts to refurbish the Downtown Service Center in 2015.
The Steve and Lynne Doyle reside in San Diego and have three grown children.
We also hereby notice that at our July 29, 2018 meeting we will consider an endorsement for San Diego City Council District 2, where clubmember Jen Campbell is in the runoff against incumbent Lori Zapf. Our endorsed candidate Jordan Beane has already endorsed Jen for this strategically critical race.
July 29, 2018
4:00PM – 5:30PM
Point Loma Assembly, 3035 Talbot Street, San Diego, CA 92106
For additional info call (619) 800-5098
Directions and parking information
Members are encouraged to get together from 3:30PM before the meeting starts, please bring whatever light drinks/snacks that you’d like to share.
After the meeting ends we suggest adjourning to the Point Break Cafe at 2743 Shelter Island Dr to continue our progressive conversation. Happy Hour is until 6:30pm.