Councilmember Faulconer to Speak at OB Town Council, Wednesday, March 27

by on March 26, 2013 · 1 comment

in Environment, Ocean Beach

The Ocean Beach Town Council will be hosting City Councilmember, Kevin Faulconer at their public meeting taking place at 7:00pm this Wednesday, March 27th at the Masonic Center (1711 Sunset Cliffs).

Councilmember Faulconer plans on discussing a number of topics including his proposed Neighborhood Parking Protection Ordinance. According to Councilmember Faulconer, this ordinance seeks to mitigate the “proliferation of illegally parked oversized vehicles on City streets” [which] is a public safety, quality of life and environmental issue that has an acute impact on San Diego’s visitor-serving beach.” He will share additional information regarding the direction and status of this ordinance.

The Councilmember will also touch upon his work to directly improve Ocean Beach. For example, he secured $150,000 for infrastructure improvements to the Ocean Beach Lifeguard Station, which will be used to provide the station with an automatic gate and address parking lot paving needs. He has noted, “together, we are moving forward with legislation at City Hall to improve the Ocean Beach community’s quality of life and protect our beaches and bays.”

The OB Town Council hope you will join them this Wednesday to inform Councilmember Faulconer of your concerns and priorities.

From the Point Loma Democratic Club

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avatar Frank Gormlie March 28, 2013 at 12:40 pm

The OB Rag will have a report on this OBTC meeting very soon.

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