CACC & CACPB
working together for our neighborhoods
January marks the beginning of a new year and our annual membership drive. This year, we've included Renewal Reminders with the monthly newsletter.
Renew your membership
The CACC meets the second Wednesday in the month at the College-Rolando Library, 6600 Montezuma Road, Community Room, at 7:00 p.m.
Here are a few of the activities the CACC has been involved in recently:
- Volunteer Code Enforcement Program
- Rooming House Ordinance Update
- College Area Capital Improvement Plan
- College Area Facilities Financing Plan
- Design and Development of Tubman Charter School Joint Use Park
Thank you for your support of the College Area Community!
The December 16 meeting has been cancelled.
The next meeting of the College Area Community Council and College Area Community Planning Board is Wednesday, January 8, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Room of the College-Rolando Library at 6600 Montezuma Road.
At our November meeting, the CACC allocated $2,000 from budget reserves to purchase and equip a bicycle for the C-Squad of the Eastern Division of San Diego Police Department. The C-Squad needs five bikes in all, in order to enhance its public safety mission here in the College Area and other parts of the Eastern Division.
The scheduled presentation by Timothy Quinnan, Associate Vice President of SDSU for Campus Life, did not take place due to a last minute scheduling conflict on Mr. Quinnan’s part. He will be re-scheduled to discuss activities at the new SDSU Student Union at a later date.
A proposal to send a letter of support in favor of a lawsuit filed by Rolandans for Quality Infill Development against the Centerpoint project (now BLVD63) at 63rd and El Cajon Blvd. was continued until the January meeting, in order to obtain more information regarding the lawsuit.
The City of San Diego is reactivating its popular Code Enforcement Volunteer Program, whereby neighborhood residents will assist with code enforcement by documenting violations that cause neighborhood blight, such as inappropriate signage, cars parked on lawns, and overgrown vegetation.
For more information about San Diego's Neighborhood Code Compliance reporting, visit www.sandiego.gov/nccd/report/.