All posts tagged: Community Plans

OB Stands Up To Gentrification and Wins!

Hopefully everyone is aware of the great victory for Ocean Beach that took place at City Council on Tuesday August 29. The OB Community Plan Update (12 years in the making) was passed unanimously, and the budget for the Public Facilities Financing Plans passed as well! There’s a great write up and comments on the OB Rag. If you’ve not (re-)registered to Vote since you moved to OB – please take a minute to do so online and consider getting involved with the OB Planning Board, OB Town Council, OB Mainstreet Association, OB Historical Society, Friends of the OB Library, OB Community Foundation, or OB Community Development Corporation.

July 29 – Mobilize to Protect OB’s Small-town Character

Mobilize your friends, neighbors, and family to ATTEND THE CITY COUNCIL HEARING and stand in support of the Ocean Beach Community Plan and our small-scale community character! When Tuesday, July 29th at 2pm Where City Hall 202C St, San Diego, CA 92101 We need strength in numbers so bring everyone and wear blue to show solidarity for the OB Community Plan! Click here to RSVP on Facebook! The future of OB hangs in peril – step up to defend our community and TAKE ACTION! Download the OBTC Flyer (PDF) and share it with your friends! Get more details on the OB Community Plan here and here and here. Facebook Encourage people to sign the petition in different OB groups: Social Ocean Beach Preserve Ocean Beach Ocean Beach Planning Board Ocean Beach!!! Ocean Beach Networking Group Ocean Beach Born and Raised Ocean Beach Bulletin Board Vintage Photos from Point Loma and Ocean Beach You Know You’re From Ocean Beach When….. Twitter Tweet photos of people getting signatures, friendly aliens wearing t-shirts, or any Ocean Beach positive publicity. Use the following popular hashtags …

Notes From March’s Meeting on the Barrio Logan Community Plan

Club President Susan Peinado welcomed and introduced Dallin Young from the California Democratic Party and representative from the Campaign to Re-Elect Congressman Scott Peters. He requested volunteer canvassers every weekend until the election in June. You can contact Dallin at Susan welcomed and introduced Carla Keehn, candidate for San Diego Superior Court Judge Number 20. She provided a brief overview of her background and campaign ( Carla Keehn was endorsed by the club, unanimously. Susan welcomed and introduced Sarah Boot. She thanked everyone that attended the Point Loma Meet and Greet at Ruth Rollins house. She also announced that she received the endorsement of many national women’s groups. Ms. Boot asked for volunteers and encouraged people to attend the OB Town Council debate on Wednesday night. Susan welcomed and introduced Michelle Hagan, candidate for Superior Court Judge Number 25. She directed the audience to her website Michelle Hagan was endorsed by the club, unanimously. Susan welcomed and introduced Dr. Mike McQuary, candidate for San Diego School District C (Coastal). He will be visiting each …