We have another opportunity to help continue with the clean-up of the Pasatiempo Open Space Park on the top of Del Cerro this Saturday. Dan and Cathy Northcutt, have adopted the park through the City and sent the information below. This is their sixth clean-up event.
Thank you, Jay Wilson Del Cerro Action Council
Please join us to clean-up Pasatiempo Open Space Park this Saturday, February 8, from 9-11 am.
We’ve been making great strides with the glass and we’ll be giving special focus glass down below the large boulders, in addition to picking up trash.
Pasatiempo Open Space 9:00am – 11:00am (Del Cerro/Navajo)
It is across the street from 6463 Pasatiempo Avenue on the top of Del Cerro. Meet at entrance gate. Park on the street. *NO BATHROOMS ON SITE*
Additional Project Information: As usual, we’ll have donuts and water along with tools and gloves. Please wear closed toes shoes and protection from the sun (a hat, sunscreen, etc). Volunteers must be physically able to hike on uneven terrain down into canyon during some volunteer events and perform varying degrees of manual labor. Tasks vary and can be accommodated to fit volunteer’s abilities.
Need Community Service Hours? If you or your guest is below the age of 18, you need to have a parent or guardian sign the Liability Waiver that can be found at http://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/pdf/volunteer/volunteerwaiver.pdf and bring the signed waiver to the volunteer event.
Cathy & Dan Northcutt
Premier Realty Group
(619) 701-0019 Dan Direct
AGENDA – Del Cerro Action Council, Thursday, January 23, 2014 – Temple Emanu-El, 7:00 p.m.
I. Call to Order
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Roll Call of Officers
IV. Approval of minutes of October meeting
V. Adopt Agenda
VI. San Diego Police Department – SDPD Officer Adam McElroy
VII. DCAC Officers Reports
VIII. Elected Officials
A. Jonathan Hardy Representing Congresswoman Susan Davis 619.280-5353 Jonathan.Hardy@mail.house.gov
B. Ryley Webb representing Councilmember Scott Sherman 619.236.677 RWebb@sandiego.gov
IX. Public Comment
X. Old Business
XI. New Business
XIV. Next Meeting – Thursday, April 24
Good morning Del Cerro: I just received notice from Assemblymember Shirley Weber regarding a meeting this evening of the new Assembly Select Committee on High Education in San Diego County. Below is the news release. Thank you, Jay Wilson DCAC
Assembly Select Committee on Higher Education in San Diego County Set to Hold Its First Hearing
Please join Assemblymember Shirley N. Weber as she convenes the first hearing of the Assembly Select Committee on Higher Education in San Diego County. One issue the Committee will explore overtime is why residents have so few public higher education options although the County is the third most populated in the state. Specifically, the hearing will focus on assessing student access, and exploring what educational opportunities exist within the San Diego region.
In early 2013, Speaker of the Assembly, John A. Pérez (D-Los Angeles) announced the creation of the Select Committee on Higher Education Issues in San Diego County and appointed Assemblymember Shirley N. Weber (D-San Diego) to serve as Chair.
Thursday, November 21, 2013
1350 Front Street, Room B-109
San Diego, CA 92101
4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
RSVP to LaShae Collins at LaShae.Collins@asm.ca.gov or 619-531-7913
Thank you for all the positive responses to my previous post regarding the placement of the American Flags along Navajo Road. Unfortunately as John and I were collecting the flags late this afternoon, we noticed the flag at the west end of the intersection of Navajo Road and Wing Span was missing. We cannot understand what would possess someone to deliberately remove an American flag placed for all to see in honor of all our VETERANS. What a disappointment, but look for the American flags to fly again on Presidents Day!
Jay Wilson, DCAC & John Pilch, SCAC
Happy Veterans Day.
On behalf of the Del Cerro Action Council and the San Carlos Area Council, John Pilch and I hope all our veterans enjoy the Veterans Day holiday. We know of many veterans and active duty military members who are residents of our communities, and the Navajo Area. We thank each of them for their service to our country. If one of them is your neighbor, please take the time to thank them.
We hope you enjoy seeing the flags flying on the Navajo Road median today in honor of this special remembrance day. John and I place the flags from the middle of the driving range to Bisby Lake and Elks Lodge 168 takes care of the flags from Jackson Drive to the middle of the driving range.
Cathy and Dan Northcutt (Team Northcutt Realtors), through the City of San Diego, have adopted the Pasatiempo Open Space Park. They are having another community cleanup at the Park (top of Del Cerro) this Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m. Here is the information from Cathy – “Thank you for joining us for past clean ups. We’ve made great progress in cleaning up the space, and it’s looking better every time we get out there. Last time we cleaned up a lot of old glass using gloves, rakes, and dustpans and it looked terrific! Please bring these items if you can along with sunscreen and a hat. As usual, we’ll have water and donuts. It’s more fun with friends, so please RSVP to let us know you’ll be there – email@example.com. Bring a friend too!”
“The Jacaranda Bowl at Waring Rd. and Adobe Falls Rd., also receives a haircut!” Following a community cleanup at the Jacaranda Bowl (Waring Rd. at Adobe Falls Rd) on October 19, on Saturday, October 26, Ideal Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical president Don Teemsma (second from right) assembled a work party including a staff member, and members of the Mormon Church in Allied Gardens to stuff 40 cubic yards of debris into the dumpster donated by Republic Services, Inc.
Through the efforts of John Crawford with the Grantville/Allied Gardens Kiwanis Club, Kiwanis Club members, students from the Lewis Middle School Builders Club (sponsored by the Kiwanis Club), and members of the Allied Gardens Community Council spent the morning of October 19, cleaning up the Jacaranda Bowl. Between debris from the Del Cerro Blvd. Median cleanup and the Jacaranda Bowl, the largest dumpster available was needed.
Thank you to everyone for donating their time to help cleanup the Del Cerro Blvd. Median and the Jacaranda Bowl. Jay Wilson, DCAC