OB Planning Board Meets Wed., June 1: Round-abouts, “Citizens Plan”, and Vets’ Plaza

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OBPB Meet 5-4-16 board

OB Planning Board on May 4, 2016.

The OB Planing Board meets Wednesday, June 1st, at the OB Recreation Center. And at the top of their agenda are a series of presentations and updates, with no new development projects up for review by the Board.

Instead, the Board will receive a presentation about the so-called “Citizens Plan for San Diego” by veteran politico, Jeff Marston.  This is the plan backed by the Chargers and some environmentalists and public-interest lawyers to construct a new stadium and convention center downtown.

Next up, is a presentation by Joe LaCava, head of the Committee of Planning Committees – a body of all the planning boards and committees across the city – about the City’s goal to install twenty round-abouts throughout the city. We know the City and OB planners have been considering a round-about at the intersection of West Pt Loma and Bacon.

Then there will be an update on the OB Veterans’ Plaza by representatives of the OB Community Development Corporation.

The Board will also review and update the community improvement projects list of the OB Planning Board’s public facilities financing plan – this is all about prioritizing needed infrastructure for OB.  The Board’s Infrastructure Sub-committee will give its report and recommendations.

We’re also anticipating that former Board member Dan Dannison will be appointed to one of the vacant seats on the Board, as he reported to us that he now has the required signatures for an appointment.

Here is the official agenda:


OBPB Agenda 6-1-16

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