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Welcome Back Neighbors!

Thank you to the PB Planning Group’s Chair, Karl Rand and Board for the first ever collaborative joint meeting on the “Diamond Slow Street” that took place at last month’s meeting.  I truly appreciate the cooperative effort of both Boards and even more the PB community members who came out to voice their opinion. The City now knows we work together to promote a healthy community.  

This month is our 12th annual Graffiti Day, It will be held on Saturday, May 14. This wonderful event shows how much all of us care about keeping our community safe and clean.  If you haven’t signed up yet please do so! All the information will be down below, and a big thank you to Marcie Beckett and Jim Menders for all they do in event organization.

The PBTC is also gearing up for Concerts on the Green in Kate Session Park in July and August so anticipate a mailing soon to sponsor the much fun event! More information can also be found below.

Finally Happy Birthday to all those who celebrated in April and May this year, and a huge Happy first anniversary to Ellen Citrano, who is now getting close to a year since her heart transplant. If you haven’t signed your organ donor acknowledgment, please consider!  

Cheers,

Marcella Bothwell
Pacific Beach Town Council President

Twelfth Annual Graffiti Clean Up  

This month we will have our twelfth annual Graffiti Clean Up on May 14 from 9:00 am to noon, rain or shine, at Pacific Beach Presbyterian Church, 1675 Garnet Avenue. Free parking available on the corner of Hornblend.

Join the PB graffiti busters and help us remove hundreds of tags all around the neighborhood. Special thanks to our Premier Event Sponsors: Motsenbocker’s Lift Off, PB Presbyterian Church, and Pacific Life Church.

Materials and training will be provided at the event, and minors attending must have a safety waiver signed by a legal guardian (available on our website). Students can use the volunteer hours for their community service.
Go to https://www.pbtowncouncil.org/graffiti-day/ for this and more information.


Other Upcoming May Activity

Garden Gurus meet the first, second, and third Thursday and last Saturday of each month from 9:00 to 11:00 am—dates for this month are: May 5, 12, 19, and 28. (The location will be sent out via email a couple of days before.) Please go to https://www.pbtowncouncil.org/garden-gurus/ for more info.

The dates for trash and weed events clean-up events are the second Saturday of each month with the exception of this month due to PB Graffiti Day. Regular clean-ups are set to continue in June.


PB Community Members of the Month


Rex Mehran and Mason Morgan

These two Pacific Beach Middle School students and PB residents are working on a project to get the city to repave the southern section of Ingraham street. They took the time to document the road and measure the potholes—one was three feet wide and five inches deep! They also found metal road hazards and broken sections of sidewalk.

If you support the work of these PB crusaders you can help them out by signing their petition to repave Ingraham! They hope to get over 1,000 signatures. Their petition can be found at https://www.change.org/p/sign-this-petition-for-the-re-pavement-of-ingraham-street-in-pacific-beach  

Rex and Mason hope to have this issue reach Jennifer Cambell and her fellow city council members. You can help them achieve this goal by signing the petition or submitting an order form to repave Ingraham street through SanDiego.gov.


April 20th Meeting Highlights

Discover PB


Discover PB will be having their “The Coast of PB Restaurant Walk” on Wednesday, May 25, from 4:00 to 9:00pm. Purchase a ticket for this event through PacificBeach.org, tickets are $30-35.

Restaurants include PB Shore Club, Duck Dive, Swagyu Chop Shop, 710 Beach Club, and many more.

Concerts on the Green


Concerts on the Green are back! This year’s concert dates will be July 24 and 31 and August 7 and 14. Come enjoy live music, great food, and our amazing PB community.

 

PBTC will begin looking for sponsors for this event, if you’re interested in sponsoring this year email us at general@PBTC.org

 

We hope to bring everyone in PB together this summer, as well as getting all other San Diegans involved and active in San Diego’s best coastal community.

Memorial Day, First Responders Appreciation 


First Responders Appreciation day is on May 30! We are looking for volunteers to help set up this wonderful event. Set up will start at 9:00 am and we are asking people to sign up for two to three hour shifts where you can help serve those who serve our community every day.

If you’re interested in helping out for this event email maswenson@sbcglobal.net

 
 
 

Community Updates

PB Police Report: 


  • In response to the number of shootings at Belmont Park, SDPD Northern division has implemented a plan to have more officers in that area.

  • Officers are continuously addressing the illegal bonfires and drinking that occurs on our beaches.

  • SDPD Northern division has also been working overtime in the La Jolla/Pacific Beach area to address the recent home burglary series.

  • The vendor ordinance is still in review. As it stands now this is an administrative violation, which means city code officials, not SDPD, will be enforcing the new vendor ordinance. There is word from Mayor Gloria’s office, however, that they are going to be providing the city code enforcement team with funding and training so they can be equipped to deal with this new ordinance. 

Garnet Block Captains: 


  • The Garnet Block Captains have been working with Discover PB to address and resolve the overflowing trash cans on Garnet.

  • Block Captains have also been doing an amazing job preserving and caring for all the trees and plants that grow on Garnet.


Business Highlights of the Month

Please make time to check out our businesses of the month and take advantage of the discounts available exclusively to PBTC members. Let’s show our PB business owners some love!

Square Pizza Co.

Square is the new round! Square Pizza offers everything from crispy thin slices to thick, Detroit-style pizza. They offer something for everyone, including gluten free and vegan options. Try the Cadillac pizza with Italian sausage, bacon, pepperoni, and ricotta. 

PBTC members get 10% off your entire order when you call in (no discount on online orders).

Randall’s Sandals

Head to Randall’s Sandals for all your summertime footwear needs. Randall’s Sandals carries only local, eco-friendly, charitable beach foot fashion and lifestyle apparel. We love that Randall’s Sandals has always supported our community, including participating in community clean-ups. Bring any pair of shoes, sandals, or new socks into the store and receive a 10% discount on any purchase. 

PBTC members get 10% off your purchase.

Mavin Group West

Looking for a trusted realtor to sell your home with? Go with local realtor David Indermill with Mavin Group West who has been established since 1998!

PBTC members can call broker/owner David R. Indermill and receive up to $5,000 for closing costs (available on a case-by-case basis.) Valid only when broker/owner David R. Indermill represents buyer or seller. Text PBTC-$5000 to 858-414-5478

 
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2022 Pacific Beach Town Council
Communications Newsletter Committee Members: 
Hilary Achauer, Jaden Ballardo, Charlie Nieto

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