All posts tagged: Todd Gloria

May 20 – Kickoff Fundraiser for Todd Gloria in Point Loma

Please Join Toni G. Atkins, Speaker of the Assembly with Senator Dede Alpert (ret.) Senator Denise Ducheny (ret.) Senator Christine Kehoe (ret.) Senator Lucy Killea (ret.) Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez Assemblymember Shirley Weber, PhD Hon. Ed Harris Sarah Boot To Support Councilmember Todd Gloria And his campaign for State Assembly When Wednesday, May 20th, 5:30 pm ~ 7:30 pm Where Stone Brewing Company 2816 Historic Decatur Road, San Diego, CA 92106 (map) *Parking lot for Stone on Historic Decatur Road Team Todd Affirmed Housing Laborers, Local 89 Lawrence M. Cushman Mel & Linda Katz Dene & Elizabeth Oliver  Plumbers & Pipefitters, Local 230 Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Sempra Speaker Toni G. Atkins Sycuan Co-Chairs Chelsea Investments Cox Communications Martin Bunzl Co-Hosts Steve Alexander ACSS AMR Bridgepoint Education Gil & Krista Cabrera Nancy Chase Stephen P. Cushman Susan Guinn Stephen Haase Keith Jones Bob Nelson Paul Robinson Jim & Kathy Waring Faye Wilson Alan Ziegaus Co-Sponsors Jason Anderson Dale Kelly Bankhead Hon. Richard Barrera Craig Benedetto Francine Busby Ben & Nikki Clay Kevin Tilden & Dr. Philip Diamond Ileana Ovalle Engel …

Award Winning Documentary – Sustain San Diego

Clubmember Andrew Waltz together with Lisa Bruhn are producers of Sustain San Diego a short documentary highlighting some of San Diego’s sustainable infrastructure efforts. The filmmakers participated in the OneDayinSanDiego.org documentary project (part of OneDayOnEarth.org) and were recently given a Los Angeles Independent Film Festival (LAIFF) Award. You can watch their film below. San Diego! Why it’s a great place to live – Leading the way in sustainable urban living. Features interviews with Todd Gloria, President San Diego City Council Jason Anderson, President CleanTech San Diego Alan Ziter, Executive Director of Naval Training Center Foundation Craig Howard, Director San Diego Architectural Foundation Rob Shupp, Director of Marketing & Communications, Metropolitan Transit System

Notes From the Annual Summer BBQ 2014

Thanks to everyone who attended this year’s Summer BBQ to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the club. Those who weren’t able to make it missed out on a great speech from San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria, focused on the minimum wage increase. We also heard from Kevin Beiser running for the San Diego Unified School Board, and Katie Phelan who educated us about organizing the nurses at the San Diego Veterans Administration Hospital. Christina Wu asked for volunteers for Carol Kim’s campaign and Tim Hanna asked for Scott Peters’ campaign. David Egan from San Diego 350.org spoke about the People’s Climate March San Diego, and the club unanimously endorsed a proposal supporting the day of action. Chris Ward, who is running for City Council District 3 in 2016 attended along with his colleague on Marty Block’s staff, Roberto Alcantar. We also welcomed the President of the Democrats for Equality, David Warmoth and Unified Port of San Diego Commissioner, Rafael Castellanos and club member Sarah Boot. Ruth Rollins and some strangely beaded gentleman, who …

Aug 24 – Annual Summer BBQ – Celebrate 60 Years on the Point & Support Western Service Workers Association Back-to-School Drive

Special Guests City Council President Todd Gloria, Councilmember David Alvarez and Unified Schoolboard President Kevin Beiser Todd Gloria was elected to his second term as Councilmember representing District Three in 2012. He served as Council President in 2013 and was re-elected Council President for 2014. He served as Interim Mayor of the City of San Diego in 2013/14 and he recently helped pass a minimum wage increase in San Diego. Prior to his election in 2008, Todd served as District Director to U.S. Congresswoman Susan A. Davis and worked for the County of San Diego’s Health and Human Services Agency. Todd’s volunteer efforts to improve the community include his work as a San Diego Housing Commissioner from 2005 until his election to the City Council, and as a member of the Mid-City Prostitution Impact Panel. In 2013, Todd was one of 24 individuals chosen for the Aspen Institute’s Rodel Fellowship Program for Public Leadership, recognizing him as one of the nation’s most promising young leaders in American government. Todd was named San Diego’s Best Elected Official by the readers of CityBeat …

Jul 16 – Todd Gloria Cocktail Reception for Carol Kim

Please Join City Council President Todd Gloria For a Cocktail Reception To Support San Diego City Council District 6 Candidate Carol Kim When Wednesday, July 16, 2014 6:00 – 7:30 pm Where Cuvier Club La Jolla 7776 Eads Avenue, La Jolla, CA 92037 Minimum Contribution: $150 Host Contribution: $550 Contributions Payable to Carol Kim for City Council 2014 P.O. Box 261855, San Diego, CA 92126 Or donate online at: http://www.carolkimd6.com/donate To RSVP or for more information contact Kelli or Sydnie at (619) 239-1721 or rsvp@kmstrategies.net It is unlawful for any type of business entity to reimburse an individual for a contribution made by that individual to the City candidate. Political contributions are not tax deductible. City law permits only personal contributions & limits contributions $550 per individual, per election. A couple may contribute $1,100 from a joint account if both parties sign the check. Campaign finance laws require the disclosure of name, street address, occupation, & employer for each contributor of $100.00 or more in any election cycle. Paid for by Carol Kim for City …

SDG&E Plans to Levy Additional Charges to Your Utility Bills

Here’s a letter that was sent to Todd Gloria after a meeting at the Uptown Democratic Club on June 25, 2013 Todd: Thank you for speaking at, and taking questions at the Uptown Democratic Club last night. …and thank you for listening to my question about SDG&E and SCE passing the cost of their $4,000,000,000.00 mistakes on to the ratepayers instead of the shareholders as you would expect a corporation with a major loss to have to do. I was perplexed about why I was the only one in the room that got the SDG&E “love letter” (attached) telling me about the pending San Onofre (SONGS) rate increase. A little research this morning revealed that it only went out to ratepayers who typically use more than 500 Kilowatt hours of electricity per month. I live inland from most of the people in the room and my typical monthly usage is 700-750 Kilowatt hours per month. For lower usage ratepayers the SONGS increase will be about $120 per year. SDG&E already has the highest rates in …