News and Upcoming Events

Mental Evaluation 911 Checklist When Calling for Help

Officer Hesselgesser provided the attached checklist for use when calling 911 for a Mental Crisis Situation:

Mental Health 911 Call Info Checklist

UC San Diego Community Groups Update September 2019

Janie, how are you? We hope that all is going well! We look forward as always to working with you and the La Jolla Shores Association to keep you abreast of UC San Diego projects.

Please see the incorporated web link to the September 2019 UC San Diego Community Groups Update. The update includes information on projects that are currently under construction.

https://plandesignbuild.ucsd.edu/_files/planning/updates/Sep2019.pdf

Please let me know if you have questions and comments regarding the update and by all means, feel free share the referenced information with your group, or anyone you think is interested in this information.

On behalf of the UC San Diego Community Planning, we appreciate all of your assistance regarding our community collaboration efforts.

Sincerely, Dr. R. Lee Brown, Resource–Management-Planning, 10280 Torrey Pines Center South, Suite 440; Direct: (858) 534-3704, Cell: (858) 888-0175, rbrown@ucsd.edu

La Jolla Sunrise Rotary’s 2nd Annual Shores Luau Party, October 6th

A Benefit party for the La Jolla Shores Association Kellogg Park Improvement and Family Health Literacy Programs.  At the La Jolla Shores Hotel, 8110 Camino Del Oro, La Jolla, CA, 5:00 to 8:00 pm on October 6, 2019.  $100/entry or $150 for 2 tickets.  For more info, email SherryLFusco@gmail.com or click link below:

190912 flyer LJ Sunrise Rotary 8-2019 final

Letter writing instructions for continuing opposition to SB 330

For all who have signed the previous sb330 petition, this new new one needs to be signed for the Local Government Committee Meeting, where the bill will be heard again on July 10th.

The new petition is addressed to the legislative committee members. It is pre-formatted with talking points that address the amended bill, but it can be edited by you to include what you desire.

FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO CAN WRITE OPPOSITION LETTERS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, OPPOSITION LETTERS CARRY MORE IMPACT AND ARE CARRIED IN THE COMMITTEE REPORT.

COMMITTEE REPORT IS DUE WEDNESDAY JULY 3RD

Wednesday is the last day to have your Opposition Letter included in the all-important committee report that goes to the Assembly Local Government Committee prior to its hearing on SB330 July 10. It is important for them to be officially counted in the report.

Organizations matter and number of opposition letters matter, so spread the word to all your contacts.

Each letter should be in a Word or PDF document.

For Organizations:
Use letterhead or create a simple one if you don’t have one.
Address: Assembly Local Government Committee
Subject: Oppose SB 330
Signature: must be a “real” hand written signature. (It’s easy to just have a jpg picture of your signature handy to place at the bottom of each document)

For Individuals:
Again, put in a Word or PDF document, not an email.
Don’t need letterhead
Signature can likely just be typed, but “real” one is better if you can.

To Submit:
You can use thelegislative portal, if you choose.
Our lobbyist is again providing the service of receiving opposition letters and submitting them to the committee for us:
Simply attach your letters to an email and send to emily@qwhlobby.com
In the email subject put : “Opposition letters attached”

Kind regards,
James LaMatterySpokesperson for Raise The Balloon.org
TRANSIT B4 DENSITY©
(619) 972-3051
jimlamattery@gmail.com

 

SIGN PETITION NOW

SDPD Response to Recent Graffiti in La Jolla:

190702 SDPD re tagging in LJ

Kellogg Park Events through 2019 (based on permits issued):

19.5.7 Excel Spreadsheet of Kellogg Park Events

Undergrounding Information from Community Forum 3/27/19:

Block 1J Community Forum PPT_FINAL_2019_0327

Please click on this link for info about laws regarding homeless in cars:

https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__nlchp.org_homeless-2Dpersons-2Dcannot-2Dbe-2Dpunished-2Dfor-2Dsleeping-2Din-2Dabsence-2Dof-2Dalternatives-2D9th-2Dcircuit-2Ddecision-2Destablishes_&d=DwIFAg&c=qgVugHHq3rzouXkEXdxBNQ&r=mbpL1ow9euyNkjFhvj_M9pmfLHX6J6kw7NxQdbjC67A&m=jDNOxAgKOHfNlV-hOWMpHMoBNNsXDAN1ww1zIkVB4UI&s=YjHr91euMkIoRCe6CTtzZUsZ4gwOz8taKETwEbgy9H8&e=

La Jolla Loses Its Einstein of the Ocean

“Special love to the Munk family.  We have all been blessed to know this amazing man.” – LJSA

https://scripps.ucsd.edu/news/obituary-notice-walter-munk-world-renowned-oceanographer-revered-scientist?fbclid=IwAR2tZhyk_xP4Gp2T4MxHFu6eYhDBLneOuw8amNpCazbxuu45EwE5tzTVoe8

Hate dockless scooters? This San Diego company will get them out of your way for free!

Hate dockless scooters? This San Diego company will get them out of your way for free

https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/opinion/the-conversation/sd-pod-free-scooter-removal-service-san-diego-20190125-htmlstory.html?

 

1/10/19, Thanks from UCSD:

A very Happy New Year to you and wishing you all things wonderful in 2019.

Please see included the January 2019 UC San Diego Community Groups Update for sharing with the La Jolla Shores Community Association and its membership.  As you will see in the January Monthly Update, the UC Regents approved this past November, the UC San Diego 2018 Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) and certified the LRDP Environmental Impact Report for the La Jolla Campus.

 2018 La Jolla Campus LRDP – http://lrdp.ucsd.edu/campus/proposed/index.html

Final EIR – http://lrdp.ucsd.edu/campus/review/final.html

Community Updates – http://plandesignbuild.ucsd.edu/planning/community.html#Monthly-Updates

The 2018 LRDP replaces and supersedes the 2004 LRDP as the planning document in force moving forward with the UC San Diego Capital Improvement Program.

We thank you, the La Jolla Shores Association’s board members and community at large for your support of the LRDP and its accompanying EIR that outlines a plan for future growth.

On behalf of the University, Anu and myself, thank you very much for all that you do to help the UC San Diego Community!

Bob Brown

 

11/1/18, The city has a website that shows all Capital Improvement Program projects in development.

To access the website, go to:  https://www.sandiego.gov/cip/projectinfo .  You will have to follow instructions there to experiment navigating around the system.  Eventually you will navigate to the following address:  https://webmaps.sandiego.gov/cippublic/?find=B15041 which is the current water main replacement project in La Jolla Shores.

 

5/31/18, Trolley Project and Road Closures Updates

To check the latest status or to sign up for important road closure emails, go to   http://shiftsandiego.com.   There you can enter your email address in the “Project E-Updates” for automatic updates.  And you can read all about the project.