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Still and Always a Navy Town? The Armed Forces in San Diego's Future

  • Thursday, April 23, 2015
  • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM (PDT)
  • Balboa Park ~ The Prado Restaurant ~ Loggia Room


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Still and Always a Navy Town?

The Armed Forces in San Diego's Future

The Navy and Marine Corps have been a major presence in the San Diego region for the past century. Their bases occupy large areas and have significant impacts on land use and environmental concerns.

Moreover, they constitute a major component of the local economy, and their active duty and retired personnel are a large share of the population. 

Yet, today, the importance of their presence has changed. We’re already less of a “Navy Town.” We’ll examine just how much, and in what ways, the military will impact the San Diego region in the coming decades.

On April 23rd, C-3 will present expert speakers to examine and discuss these issues:

Dr. Lynn Reaser of Point Loma Nazarene University, on the anticipated economic impact of the armed forces on this region.

Captain Curt Jones, Commanding Officer, Naval Base San Diego, on the interaction between the armed forces and the civilian population of the region, and how military technological advances might help make San Diego more environmentally sustainable.

James Peugh, environmental advocate, on the military’s environmental and land use impacts.

Land use lawyer and mediator Cary Lowe will moderate the program

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