A 1000 signatures have been collected
A special meeting has been called for tonight, Monday, June 16th, as part of the campaign by OB planners to galvanize the community in support of the OB Community Plan.
All OB villagers are invited – and especially OBceans who are highly concerned about what is coming down from the San Diego Planning Commission in terms of recommending that the OB Plan be de-clawed.
The meeting is at 6 pm and will be held at Dog Beach Dog Wash, located at 4933 Voltaire Street.
It will be run by the Sub-committee of the OB Community Plan Update, a subgroup of the OB Planning Board. The co-chairs of that group are Mindy Pellessier and Gio Ingolia.
The sub-committee has sponsored a Petition that is being circulated throughout OB – and everyone is urged to sign it, basically pledging support for the OB Community Plan. There’s a website and meetings with politicos going on, as the Petition is out at Farmers’ Markets and community businesses.
Organizers estimate that they and all the folks circulating the petition have a 1000 signatures. More are needed – like another thousand.
Volunteers are needed to circulate the petition at the weekly Wed. markets and at the final push for signatures during the OB Street Fair near the end of the month. OB residents are also urged to attend the June 30th City Council meeting, wear blue to signify support for the campaign. Here’s the website to indicate that you’re attending the meeting on the 30th.