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Crises of Severity vs. Crises of Convenience

By Tommy Hough From remarks prepared for testimony before the Land Use and Housing Committee meeting on June 12, 2019. In politics there are often no easy options, but that’s also part of the reason we step up as leaders. And while the dilemmas we face are often complicated with shades of gray, we shouldn’t […]

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Restore Native Wetlands and Reject Short-Term Fixes

By Jim Peugh The last several years have seen a deluge of news about infrastructure in San Diego. Whether it’s the future of the stadium site in Mission Valley, the extension of the San Diego Trolley blue line to UCSD, or the push among urbanists to revolutionize housing in our city, refining our development footprint […]

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We Need Your Calls Today – We Need Your Help All Week

This isn’t just a big week for the ReWild Mission Bay campaign, it’s THE week, and we need your help on several fronts – now. We need you at several key San Diego City Council meetings this week, including the council meeting ahead of the closed door session on Tuesday the 11th, and the Land […]

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Support ReWild at the Mission Bay Park Committee on June 4th

A few weeks ago we said we were arriving at a point where votes would be cast and decisions made about our bay and our park. That time is now. Let city officials know you support ReWild Mission Bay – and that you oppose backroom deals.  We need you this Tuesday, June 4, at 6 […]