DCAC Agenda – April 26, 2018 – 7 p.m. – Temple Emanu-El

Del Cerro Action Council Agenda April 26, 2018 7 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El

1. Call meeting to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Approval of April 26th Agenda

4. Approval of the January 25th DCAC General Meeting Minutes (posted at delcerroactioncouncil.org)

5. Community Police Report
• SDPD Community Relations Officer John Steffen
• SDSU Police Community Resource Officer Mark Peterson

6. DCAC Officers Report
• President Report
• Vice President Report
• Treasurer Report

7. Elected & Appointed Officials Report:
• Councilmember Scott Sherman: Liz Saidkhanian, Council Representative for Del Cerro
• Congresswoman Susan Davis: Representative Zach Bunshaft
• Rachel Gregg, Community Relations Manager for SDSU

8. Main Topics:
• Update on former ColRich housing development adjacent to College Avenue
Pastor Kendall Laughlin, Executive Pastor for All Peoples Church & Marcela Escobar-Eck,
Principal with the Atlantis Group (Land Planning)
• Joe Regan – Del Cerro resident – a former fighter and commercial airline pilot reporting on Montgomery-Gibbs Airport Master Plan Update and potential impact to our community.

9. Public Comment – Members of the public may speak for 2 minutes on an item not on the April 26 DCAC Agenda

10. Old Business
• Water Bills

11. New Business

12. Next Meeting – Thursday, July 26 – 7 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El

13. Adjourn

Visit DCAC website @ delcerroactioncouncil.org

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2 Responses to DCAC Agenda – April 26, 2018 – 7 p.m. – Temple Emanu-El

  1. epsl@aol.com says:

    Dear DCAC officers, First, let me thank you again for all you do for all of us who live in Del Cerro. Second, I just wanted to add my concern about the high water bills. This year, I noted that they have been extremely high for the past year(!) and there are just two of us living here, with occasional family visiting for a few days a few times a year, and artificial lawn in the front and back yards. Yes, we have a pool, but don’t fill it up 100% most of the time. I had been too busy working to investigate, but did so this year when another bill for over $600 came (it was $610.70). The city meter man came out just last week, but we are still waiting to hear from the city about the results, yet our bill this month is just as distressing: $545.33!!! (when we were even out-of-town for the last week of March and ten days in February). In February, our bill was $610.70!!!! Last year, the jump in cost actually occurred after April when our bill was $260.66, then in June $420.99, August $638.53, October $534.43, December $634.95. Are these higher numbers what others in the community are also paying? Our usage has not changed year to year since 2014 when we had the artificial lawns placed. Reading the 1/25/18 DACA minutes received today regarding the high water bills, what is the next step if we also do not have a water leak? (Additional fees for security deposit and returned check fees do not apply to us. We always pay on time and in full.)

    Thank you for your anticipated response. Any helpful suggestions would be really appreciated.

    Sincerely, E. Leonard (Del Cerro resident since 1986) epsl@aol.com

    • Your email has been forwarded to the Deputy Director of External Affairs for the City of San Diego’s Public Utilities Department. As a result, I can assure you, that there will be direct follow up with you. Jay Wilson, DCAC

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