Vacation Rentals Mtg – Thursday, Dec 3, 9:00 am at City Planning Commission

Please Come to Important Meeting on Vacation Rentals! 
Tell the City Planning Commission how Vacation Rentals are affecting you and your neighborhood and how they should be regulated!

San Diego City Planning Commission
Thursday, Dec 3, 9:00 am

Golden Hall (Copper Room)
Adjacent to City Administration Bldg.
202 C Street, 92101

This is one of the final meetings that will decide whether Short-term Vacation Rentals will be regulated or not regulated in our neighborhoods.
It is Critical that Residents show up in force on Dec 3!  The Planning Commission vote will have great influence on the upcoming final City Council decision!
Everyone who cares about this issue should attend.  Please bring neighbors and friends too! 
See information on parking and transportation at bottom of email.

What You Can Do:

  • Come to the meeting to show your concern.  Speak if you wish.
  • Email your comments to City Officials (email address block below)
  • Forward this email to friends and neighbors
  • Visit SaveSanDiegoNeighborhoods.org to get sign a petition and get more information

 

Email your comments to the Mayor, City Council, City Attorney and Liezl Mangonon (Lorie Zapf’s aide), and keep sending comments in the weeks and months to come. (copy and paste the following emails)

kevinfaulconer@sandiego.gov; sherrilightner@sandiego.gov; loriezapf@sandiego.gov; toddgloria@sandiego.gov; myrtlecole@sandiego.gov; markkersey@sandiego.gov; chriscate@sandiego.gov; scottsherman@sandiego.gov; davidalvarez@sandiego.gov; martiemerald@sandiego.gov; cityattorney@sandiego.gov; lmangonon@sandiego.gov

 


PBTC Annual Graffiti Cleanup May 2nd

Pacific Beach Town Council 8th Annual
Graffiti Clean-Up
Saturday, May 2nd, 9am to noon
PB Presbyterian Church (1675 Garnet Ave.)

Every year, volunteers at this event remove hundreds of graffiti tags and really make a positive difference in our community.

Training and supplies will be provided!  

Each year volunteers get rid of about 1000 tags in just a few hours.  Since this annual event began, we have seen a significant reduction in graffiti in Pacific Beach.  

And when graffiti does occur, the people we have trained  are much more likely to remove it quickly, which further discourages the taggers.  This event builds pride in our community and gives everyone a sense of satisfaction as they “take-back” and beautify Pacific Beach.  

Students can earn community service hours (under 18 must have waiver signed by parent.)

Contact the PBTC if you have questions or need more information:

www.pbtowncouncil.org    (858) 483-6666  


GRAFFITI CLEAN-UP MAY 2nd

Pacific Beach Town Council 8th Annual Graffiti Clean-Up
Saturday, May 2nd, 9am to noon
PB Presbyterian Church (1675 Garnet Ave.)

Every year, volunteers at this event remove hundreds of graffiti tags and really make a positive difference in our community.

Training and supplies will be provided!  

Each year volunteers get rid of about 1000 tags in just a few hours.  Since this annual event began, we have seen a significant reduction in graffiti in Pacific Beach.  

And when graffiti does occur, the people we have trained  are much more likely to remove it quickly, which further discourages the taggers.  This event builds pride in our community and gives everyone a sense of satisfaction as they “take-back” and beautify Pacific Beach.  

Students can earn community service hours (under 18 must have waiver signed by parent.)

Contact the PBTC if you have questions or need more information:

www.pbtowncouncil.org     general@pbtowncouncil.org     (858) 483-6666  


13th Annual Pacific BeachFest

13th Annual Pacific BeachFest
Saturday, October 1, 2011    

     All day – on the beach and boardwalk from Thomas to Felspar Streets     
     Free, Family Fun, Live Music, Food, Art, Action    

11:00 am to 6:00 pm

PB Schools and Community Group Booths (games and prizes; on Grand Avenue)

Community Stage – Local Artists! (Felspar St.)
11:20 lauren&dayna
12:00 Crown Point Jr. Music Academy

12:45 Cookie
1:30 Skate This!
2:10 Eli Fugate-Scottish Pipe & Drum
3:00 Big Daddy Blues Band
4:00 MBHS Dixie Jazz Band

PLUS

Pro/Am Surf Contest (8:00)

Beach Volleyball Competition (9:00)
8K Beach Run/Walk (9:30)

 Live Music on Main Stage until 7:00 pm

PB Food Court and Fish Taco Challenge
Arts & Crafts Village

PB Merchants Sidewalk Sale

Kids’ Activities and Rides

Half-pipe Skateboard Demo

Action Sports Alley

 We hope you can come out and enjoy the BeachFest fun with friends and neighbors!
 Pacific BeachFest is put on by Discover PB and is sponsored by many local businesses and organizations. 


PB Town Council Monthly CLEAN PB Day

  Saturday, August 6th    

    9am – 12pm 

  Meet at the foot of Grand Avenue

     (North of the lifeguard tower)

    Come out even if you can only give an hour or so.

Trash grabbers, gloves and trash bags are provided.

This is a great way for your children to complete their community service credits for school.

Anyone under age 18 must be accompanied by parent or guardian and complete a Volunteer Waiver form.
For a Volunteer Waiver form, go to  http://www.pbtowncouncil.org/ and click on the Safe & Beautiful link.

Can’t attend, no problem,  just take a few minutes to clean in your own neighborhood.
    Working together we can make a difference!    

For more information email to: pbtowncouncil@sbcglobal.net or phone: 858 483-6666


PBTC 10th Annual Wine Tasting & Silent Auction

Here’s a FUN way to support our Pacific Beach Town Council and the good work they do in our community, such as monthly clean-ups, youth and community awards, monthly meetings where you can connect with local officials, special community events and much more.     

    PBTC 10th Annual Wine Tasting & Silent Auction    
    Sunday, June 26th, 4pm-7pm at Lotsa Pasta in the Pacific Beach Plaza    
    $30 per person
 (proceeds benefit PBTC and community)

Mingle with friends and neighbors, taste wines from four local wineries, listen to music and enjoy delicious appetizers and gourmet desserts.

The silent auction and raffle will offer great items for everyone in the family, such as a beach bike cruiser, tennis & surf lessons, restaurant gift certificates, theme park tickets, fishing trips and sports tickets, San Diego Symphony tickets, hotel stays and lots more.

4 Ways to Purchase Tickets:
1) Pacific Beach Town Council office (1706 Garnet, 858 483-6666  M-F 8:30-12:30)
2) Online at www.pbtowncouncil.org
3) Have your tickets delivered to you by calling Nini Balistrieri (PBTC Board Member and Event Chair) at 619-861-1122

4) Day of the event (preferably before so we have an estimated count)


Please Help Support the PB Library

by Donating Items and/or Coming to the Sale!    

    Friends of Pacific Beach Library    
    White Elephant Sale    
    Saturday, May 7, 2011    
    8 am to 2 pm    

PB Library (4275 Cass)

Donations needed:    
Antiques, Collectibles, Art, Bric-a-Brac, Glassware, Kitchenware, Decorative Items, One-of-a-Kind items, Toys, Games, and other Treasures! (No Clothing or Furniture)

Bring donations to the PB Library on Thursday, May 5 and Friday, May 6,10:30 am and 5:00 pm.

 All Sale Proceeds Benefit PB Library    


PBTC CLEAN PB Day

 PACIFIC BEACH TOWN COUNCIL  

MONTHLY CLEAN PB DAY 

  Saturday, May 7th, 9am – 12pm 

  Meet at the foot of Grand Avenue

     (North of the lifeguard tower)

Come out even if you can only give an hour or so.

Trash grabbers, gloves and trash bags are provided.

This is a great way for your children to complete their community service credits for school.
Anyone under age 18 must be accompanied by parent or guardian and complete a Volunteer Waiver form.
For a Volunteer Waiver form, go to  http://www.pbtowncouncil.org/ and click on the Safe & Beautiful link.

Can’t attend, no problem,  just take a few minutes to clean in your own neighborhood.
Working together we can make a difference!


Listen to music outdoors this Saturday morning!

    Fun for the entire family!

Earl & Birdie Taylor Library park    

    April 16th from 10:30-11:30 am    

    Performing: Crown Point Junior Music Academy Music Club

Bring a chair or a blanket to sit on the grass.

Watch these young musicians play acoustic and

bass guitars, drums, violins, sing and have a

rocking good time!
Featuring songs such as:
    Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles
Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds
Norwegian Wood
Sweet Home Alabama
Johnny B Good