Save the Date! ReWild Mission Bay ~ Thursday, April 4th!

  • Thursday, April 04, 2019
  • 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Balboa Park ~ The Loggia Room in the House of Hospitality ~ Above the Prado Restaurant

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  • Sponsors of the monthly Breakfast Dialogue
  • C-3 Non member

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SAVE THE DATE! 

ReWild Mission Bay


ReWild Mission Bay is a vision for restoration of the northeast corner of Mission Bay. Only one percent remains of the 4,000-acre wetland complex that once existed, and this area has poor water quality and limited shoreline access. Mission Bay Park has been managed for recreation for some decades, but more than 25 years ago, the Mission Bay Park Master Plan called for wetland restoration here. The ReWild Mission Bay Feasibility Study is a science-based plan for how to restore the water quality benefits, access opportunities, carbon sequestration, habitat expansion and shoreline protection that comes from a large and healthy restored tidal wetland.

The San Diego Audubon Society, with key partner UCSD Natural Reserve System and many other partner organizations, helped to conduct five years of stakeholder outreach and public engagement to inform a recently released Feasibility Study outlining three restoration alternatives, that show feasible, implementable plans for restoration. A Summary of the plan is also available.

Join us April 4th to learn more about ReWild Mission Bay from Audubon Society, UCSD Natural Reserve System, and other leaders involved. We'll talk about the report, and just as importantly, the advocacy needed to help ReWild become a reality.


CHECK BACK MONDAY FOR MORE DETAILS AND GUEST SPEAKERS! 


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SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY

Calling on licensed architects, civil engineers, or traffic engineers: SANDAG seeks qualified members for its Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee (ITOC)!


ITOC supports SANDAG in the implementation of the TransNet program, the region's half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements. Specifically, members of ITOC

represent the public in ensuring that the projects undertaken and monies spent are consistent with the TransNet extension ordinance - the 1/2 cent sales tax - passed by San Diego County voters in 2004, with particular responsibility for overseeing the annual financial audits and triennial performance audits of the TransNet program.

That’s a fancy way of saying that members of the ITOC have a seat at the table to provide input into most of anything important that goes on relating to SANDAG’s TransNet program.



 

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