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Join the PB Cleanup on Nov. 12

2016-11-cleanupCouncilmember Lorie Zapf invites everyone to a community cleanup event in PB on Saturday, Nov. 12.

Volunteers are needed, and water and snacks will be provided.  For more info, download the flyer.

Crime Is Up, Police Services Are Down

The October 19 monthly meeting of the PBTC will focus on how Prop 47 has contributed to having more criminals in our neighborhoods, more problems for the police, and increases in burglaries, drug dealing and break-ins.

Cynthia Chasen of the Police Captain Advisory Board will discuss how the problems will be magnified if Props 57 and 64, and Measure N, are passed.

City Attorney candidates Mara Elliott and Robert Hickey are also on the meeting agenda.

The meeting takes place at 6:30 pm at Crown Point Jr. Music Academy.

Concerned About Homelessness? Attend a Town Hall Meeting For Discussion

A “Town Hall Meeting” will provide a comprehensive discussion and balanced approach to homelessness in San Diego, taking place October 26 at the Town and Country hotel.

Download the flyer for more info.

PAESAN Goal Reached; Plan To Be There!

paesan-2015-630Thanks to many generous sponsors, we have reached our goal for the purchase of a Yamaha Viking for the beach team. Please join us at the event and meet the Heroes of 2016.  Above are the 2015 Honorees.

Purchase event tickets here for only $5 each.

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MB Women Support Police And More

Members of the Mission Bay Women’s Club flank SD Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman at one of the Club’s three summer events when they feed police, firefighters, lifeguards and park rangers — on Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.  The PB Town Council is a financial supporter of the events.mbwomen-zimmerman-2

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Todd Gloria To Speak At September Meeting

Councilmember Todd Gloria will address the PBTC membership at its September monthly meeting, to discuss his goals for addressing the concerns of San Diegans.

There will also be a report and discussion on Ballot Measure J, which affects the DeAnza Cove Revitalization Project, the Mission Day Park Master Plan, tidelands maintenance and the Mission Bay Park Improvement Fund.  Educate yourself on this important measure, which will be on the November ballot.

The meeting takes place at 6:30 on September 21st at the Crown Point Junior Music Academy.

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