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Pacific Beach Planning Group Seeking to Fill Vacancy

The Pacific Beach Planning Group (PBPG) is seeking candidates to fill a newly vacated seat for the Board. .  The vacant seat represents Census Tract 78.00; however, can be filled by persons residing in other Census Tracts. For more information on the Pacific Beach Planning Group or Candidate Packets, visit or call Imelda McClendon 469-576-3870. Applications are due by August 26th for the Board to appoint a seat during the Wednesday August 27th meeting.

Thank You San Diego Paddle Yoga!

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PBTC’s 13th Annual Wine-Beer Tasting and Silent Auction!

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PBTC July General Meeting Agenda

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Thank you PB Women’s club for a job well done!

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Yarn Bomb the Library Park July 30th!

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Centennial Celebration at the PB Public Library!

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Town Hall Meeting on June 11th at PBMS!

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Come meet the Mayor June 24th at PBMS!

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June Sundowner at Turquoise Cellars!

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Thanks Crown Point Coffee for Keeping PB Clean!

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PBTC June Dine Out at Enoteca-Adriano!

PBTC June Dine-out

Thanks to The Wood Group for Keeping our Beaches Clean!

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Crown Point Junior Music Academy gives back on Earth Day!

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Crown Point Junior Music Academy gives back to Mother Earth on Tuesday April 22nd, 2014 (Earth Day). Over 75 4th and 5th grade students, parents, and staff clean up the neighborhood along Pacific Beach Dr., Ingraham St., Fortuna St., Jewell St., and Shasta. (photo above only shows one class, Mrs. Bower) With PB Town Council providing gloves and trash pickers, students were not afraid to pick up dog poop and cigarette butts, which was amongst the most common waste found in the neighborhood, as well as other trash articles. When students returned to school, 20 bags of trash were counted. Students had the opportunity to learn about the importance of cleaning up after themselves, their dogs, and keeping the environment clean.

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Support S.A.I.D. A local nonprofit that delivers awareness of Domestic Violence!

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