It’s another busy week for the ReWild Mission Bay campaign, and we have a pair of events we need your presence at:
Wednesday, May 22 – 6:30 p.m.
Pacific Beach Planning Group
Pacific Beach Public Library
4275 Cass St.
San Diego, CA 92109
Thursday, May 23 – 1 p.m.
San Diego City Council Environment Committee
City Hall, 12th floor
202 West C St.
San Diego, CA 92101 (meet at Civic Center Plaza at 12:30 p.m.)
On Wednesday, Campland on the Bay will make their argument to the P.B. Planning Group to take over the entire De Anza “boot” for expanded R.V. camping.
The boot is a critical component of the ReWild Mission Bay project and must be restored to wetlands in order to improve water quality for Mission Bay and enhance climate change resiliency.
We need YOU, and all of our supporters, in force to speak in favor of ReWild at the Pacific Beach Planning Group.
Can we count on you to be there?
We’ll also need you on Thursday to provide public comment at the San Diego City Council Environment Committee. For this afternoon meeting, we’ll meet at Civic Center Plaza on Thursday at 12:30 p.m., and we’ll have talking points for you to consider as part of any comments you wish to make.
But mostly – we need your presence.
We are reaching a point in the ReWild Mission Bay campaign where decisions are being made that will affect the future of our bay for decades to come.
Campland is well-funded with deep political ties. What counters the Campland message, other than our proposal and science, is YOU. We need your support for Mission Bay to be visible and loud.
Wear your ReWild Mission Bay shirts to both events – and we have more shirts on order.
Look for ReWild team members at the P.B. Planning Group this Wednesday the 22nd at 6:30 p.m., and at Civic Center Plaza near City Hall on Thursday the 23rd at 12:30 p.m.
And just as critical, keep sending your e-mails to Councilmember Jennifer Campbell at: email@example.com.
If you’ve already sent one, ask your friends or family to do the same.
Be sure to express your commitment to ReWild Mission Bay, and your desire to see the “Wildest” option fully analyzed as part of the city’s De Anza Revitalization planning process.