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San Diego is planning to redevelop the De Anza area on the northeast end of Mission Bay. The impacted area includes the Bob McEvoy Youth Fields, which are the headquarters for multiple Mission Bay Youth Sports leagues, including Mission Bay Youth Baseball (MBYB). There is no guarantee that these fields will be preserved for our youth use, and there’s a very real prospect that they may be lost in the revitalization effort.
The impact of that would be significant. At present there are almost 2,000 local youth players using those fields year round in three different community leagues. There are three baseball fields, one softball field and six soccer fields in that small complex. A loss of any fields would result in the downsizing, or outright elimination of the Mission Bay baseball and softball leagues and PYSL, and youth in the community would lose the opportunity to participate in affordable local non-profit youth sports leagues. more »
Pacific Beach Community Foundation is hosting their annual Harvest Wine Tasting at the Broken Yolk on November 12 at 4:30 pm. There will be more than 40 wines for tasting and auction along with a silent auction and of course, hors d’oeuvres. Call 858-270-2468 for more information and tickets. Tickets are $30 pre-sale and $50 at the door.
Nikolas Kennedy from CityWorks will speak about the PB pipeline replacement project, and Mission Bay High School student Martina Pulido will talk about her project to save the bees in PB, at the November meeting of the PBTC.
The meeting starts at 6:30pm on Wednesday, November 16, at the Crown Point Jr Music Academy.
Say “no” to more development in Mission Bay Park by voting against Measure J.