In 2000 OBGO Held Its First ‘Coming-Out’ Community Forum
The San Diego Planning Commission is holding a public hearing on proposed short term vacation rental / home sharing amendments to the City of San Diego Municipal Code.
The hearing is on Thursday, December 3rd,at 9 a.m. in the Copper Room in the City Administration Building at 202 C Street in downtown.
The Ocean Beach Planning Board meets Wednesday night, December 2nd, at the OB Rec Center.
On the Board’s agenda is the latest on the OB Community Plan, the issue of short-term vacation rentals, as well as the issue of the planned installation of surveillance cameras at the beach.
Come inside for the official agenda:
By Bill Adams / UrbDeZine
I read an op-ed in the San Diego Union-Tribune that made me want to stand on top of a downtown high-rise and scream . . . YES!!!
The opinion piece was entitled “A higher and better use for downtown,” and was written by Wayne Raffesberger and co-authored by Rob Quigley, Jack Carpenter, Pete Garcia and David Malmuth – individuals who have exceptional knowledge of downtown San Diego’s East Village neighborhood and a promising vision for its future.*
On November 19th Second District Councilwoman Lorie Zapf presented a City Council proclamation celebrating the 100th anniversary of Sunset Cliffs .
It is a shame that on this anniversary many San Diegans and visitors are not able to access Sunset Cliffs Natural Park.
There are two City parking lots for those who wish to visit the south end of the park, one near the water on Ladera St. and one up top on Lomaland Dr. adjacent to Point Loma Nazarene University.
For years PLNU, a private business, has virtually taken over the upper City parking lot for student and employee parking to the extent that often there is no parking for those who wish to use the park .