A LOOK AT THE FUTURE OF SAN DIEGO BAY
The waters and lands of the San Diego Bay are among our region’s most treasured assets. They support a unique mix of industrial, military, and recreational uses alongside vulnerable communities and habitats. The opportunities and risks associated with the development of Port lands highlight the critical importance of a comprehensive and inclusive Port Master Plan, one that balances the pressures of growth with the preservation of communities and ecosystems.
Since its founding in 1961, Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 has advocated to protect and restore opportunities for public access to the San Diego Bay. We are excited to launch our 2020 Breakfast Dialogue Series with “The Future of the San Diego Bay,” which will feature speakers who are leading the policies and design visions that will shape Port lands for generations to come.
A draft of the Port Master Plan Update will be released in March for public review and will be seeking final approval from the Board of Port Commissioners by the end of 2020. We believe our participation is important and timely. We will be hosting a series of events and forming a Knowledge Action Network dedicated to exploring land use issues and solutions surrounding the San Diego Bay. Please join us on February 27th to start the conversation and get involved!
Yehudi Gaffen, CEO, Gafcon
Ann Moore, Chair, Board of Port Commissioners
Brad Raulston, City Manager, City of National City
Mike Singleton, Principal, KTU+A
Diane Takvorian, Executive Director, Environmental Health Coalition
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