Good evening Del Cerro – Matt Adams, the past president of Navajo Community Planners, Inc. (NCPI), just called and informed me he was notified that the ColRich housing project below the Chevron Service Station has been withdrawn and may be replaced by a church. According to Matt, representatives from the church may be making a presentation at NCPI in May or June, and the approval process will start all over again.
We will make a concerted effort to have someone from the church project attend, or at least provide some information for our April 26th DCAC meeting which will be at 7:00 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El. At this time that is all the information we have. An update will be posted as we gather additional data.
Good morning Del Cerro: Tomorrow, Saturday, April 14, there is going to be a large Car Show at the Allied Gardens Presbyterian Church located at 6301 Birchwood, from 10:00 to 3:00 p.m. More than 100 classic cars will be on display. The event is FREE to the public and proceeds from registering a car will go to fighting Parkinson’s disease. The event is sponsored by Tremble Clefs San Diego, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit corporation that is part of a nation-wide organization promoting therapeutic singing for people living with Parkinson’s disease. Below is some text the event website. Here is a link to the flyer with more information. TCCS 2018 CARSHOW18 FLYER
The Tremble Clefs FIGHTING PARKINSON’S 2nd Annual Car Show will be held at the Palisades Presbyterian Church, 6301 Birchwood St., Allied Gardens, on Saturday, April 14, from 10 AM to 3 PM. All makes and models are welcome. Proceeds will benefit the Tremble Clefs therapeutic singing program for people with Parkinson’s. Members of the Tremble Clefs will be assisting in the show as a way of demonstrating their commitment to fighting the progression of Parkinson’s.
This is the second annual car show put on by the Tremble Clefs. The first show was a success, drawing in more than 110 entrants, and awarding 22 trophies in various categories. In addition, the Tremble Clefs put on a live concert for all entrants and spectators. The concert will again be a featured attraction this year.
As a general condition of registration, registrants must acknowledge a general release of claims that may arise from their participation in the show. For show Info and updates, visit http://www.trembleclefs.com or contact Rudy by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at: 619.246.2094.
Good afternoon Del Cerro – I received the following email from Wayne Reiter, the Airports Program Manager for the City of San Diego regarding the next Master Plan Advisory Committee meeting for the Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport on Tuesday, April 24th. This is two days prior to the April Del Cerro Action Council meeting where Ralph Richardson, a resident of our Navajo Community, will give us an update on the status of the Master Plan Update for the airport and what residents can do to weigh in on the matter. The biggest concern is more low-flying jets over Del Cerro. Jay Wilson, Secretary, DCAC
Greetings. The next Master Plan Advisory Committee (PAC) meeting for Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport (MYF) will be Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 from 3 – 5 PM at the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department Auditorium, 9192 Topaz Way, San Diego 92123. Topic for this meeting will be recommended alternative.
Working Paper #5, Alternatives Development, Evaluation and Selection, has been uploaded to the project website: http://www.sdairportplans.com/documents/
Wayne J. Reiter, A.A.E.
Airports Program Manager
City of San Diego
Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport (MYF)/Brown Field Airport (SDM)
3750 John J. Montgomery Drive
San Diego, CA 92123
T (858) 573-1436
Good afternoon all: a reminder from Mark Rawlins, Chair of the DCAC – The deadline for commenting on the Draft SDSU 2007 Master Plan Update is February 25. Here is a link to the document on the SDSU website to the document on the SDSU website. Mark Rawlins urges everyone to review the document as it relates to Adobe Falls and to submit a comment. Do a search for “Adobe” when you open the document. It will save you a lot of time searching through the hundreds of pages. A hard copy is also available at the College-Rolando Library located at 6600 Montezuma Road.
The monthly meeting of the Navajo Community Planners, Inc., will meet on Wednesday, February 14, 6:30 p.m. at the Tifereth Israel Synagogue located at 6660 Cowles Mtn. Blvd. (enter from Tommy Street). Topics on the agenda include Marijuana Dispensaries in Grantville, March elections for NCPI board positions and the Mission Valley Master Plan Update and impacts to Grantville. NCPI Agenda: 2-14-18_ncpi-agenda
Good afternoon all:
Mark Rawlins, who has been keeping us updated on the status of the proposed Maintenance Assessment District just sent out the following information for everyone’s reference and referral. Everything is on hold – city-wide.
(an update from Mark Rawlins)
Del Cerro Neighbors,
It has been a while since I have provided an update. The good news is we have made progress, but the bad news is the process is currently on hold. The City completed the Engineers report and we were expecting to have our final meeting with the City on January 12th. The goal for the meeting was to review the Engineer’s report, make any last minute edits and then get the petition approved so we could begin the signature drive. However, the ruling on the lawsuit over the newly established La Jolla MAD came back against the City. Apparently the City did not show enough distinction between general benefits (the services the City is currently providing) and the special benefits (The services the property owners would pay for from the assessments.)
With that being said, the City’s plan for now is to hold formations moving forward (Del Cerro is one of them) until the City has a ruling on a potential re-trial for the La Jolla lawsuit. Unfortunately we won’t know if the City will be granted a re-trial until early March. So for now we are standing by. I will keep you posted. Once this is resolved, we will be back on track.
Below are the links of two articles from the San Diego Union Tribune on the law suit.
The next Airport Master Plan Public Meeting for Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport (MYF) will be on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 from 5:30 – 8:00 PM at the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department Auditorium, 9192 Topaz Way, San Diego 92123. This is where the previous public meetings were held. Information will be provided on the draft Master Plan alternatives being considered. Here is a <a href="http://MYF Master Plan Public Meeting #3link to the flyer.