We wanted to get you a heads-up that a location has been determined for Tuesday’s Mission Bay Park Committee meeting, and we hope you can join us with your ReWild Mission Bay shirts.
The meeting will be held, in person, at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4th, in the Mission Bay room of the Paradise Point Resort and Spa, located just west of Ingraham St. at 1404 Vacation Rd., San Diego, CA 92109.
We’re asking our ReWild Coalition supporters to attend because, as we mentioned in our e-mail last week, the city will deliver its presentation on the De Anza Natural proposal, which is the city’s wetland restoration plan for northeast Mission Bay.
As we’ve previously noted, the city’s proposal remains short on details, and it’s clear from the draft EIR of the De Anza Natural plan that the city is only about three-quarters of the way there in terms of the needed volume of restored wetland acreage.
We have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to restore and prepare Mission Bay Park for the next 100 years of conservation needs and sea level rise realities. We know northeast Mission Bay is the BEST place in the city for restored wetland habitat, and we need to implement the maximum volume of restored wetland acreage at the Wildest level NOW.
We ask that you, your friends, neighbors and family continue to make your e-mail comments to the city through the close of the public comment period on April 20th, and that you join us for what will be an important Mission Bay Park Committee meeting this Tuesday, April 4th, at 6 p.m. at the Paradise Point Resort and Spa.
Your in-person comments are invaluable. Your attendance is critical. If you have a ReWild Mission Bay shirt, wear it. If you need one, connect with us ahead of the meeting outside the venue.
Can we count on you to be there? Better yet, let us know you’ll be in attendance!
Thank you for your ongoing support, and we’ll see you Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Paradise Point Resort and Spa. We’ve included a map of the resort below – the Mission Bay Room is number 21 on the map.
Banner photo by Craig Chaddock
Graphic by Karina Ornelas
Map courtesy of Paradise Point Resort