City-Wide Town Hall!

City-Wide Town Hall!

March 27, 2023 at 6:30 pm via Zoom

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Our Neighborhood Voices is proposing a ballot measure that would amend the California Constitution which, if it passes, would mean that politicians in Sacramento will no longer be able to dictate San Diego’s housing policies through ill-conceived laws such as SB 9 & SB 10.

The Town Hall is hosted by Neighbors For A Better San Diego.
Join us from the comfort of your home to learn about the State Initiative to STOP Sacramento’s zoning overreach. This bill would give cities the ability to regain control of local zoning decisions.

Q&A will be available.

We hope you can join this interactive town hall!

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Scheduled Speakers:

John Heath, III:
From 2016 to 2021, Mr. Heath served as President of United Homeowners’ Association, a nonprofit community organization representing over 11,000 residents of unincorporated Windsor Hills, View Park, and View Heights in South Los Angeles. As a native Angeleno who grew up in Southern California and attended law school in Northern California, Heath is particularly interested in collaborative solutions to California’s affordable housing crisis. His professional experience as an engineer for a large public utility, as a public finance attorney for an international law firm, and his work in affordable housing development and management since 2003 has helped him realize that all levels of government must collaborate with the private sector and community groups in order to create more affordable housing faster.

Jovita Mendoza:
A proud, first-generation American, Jovita Mendoza was elected in 2022 to the Brentwood City Council. Jovita became involved in local land use issues because of poorly planned projects that negatively impacted her hometown. She grew up in Oakland and now resides in a single-family zoned neighborhood – the right choice for her family now. She believes that well-planned communities that offer choice while maintaining city infrastructure are key when planning growth, and that is best done at the city level.

Jeff Cooper:
Jeff Cooper was a council member and Mayor twice from 2010-2018 in Culver City. He was instrumental in revitalizing the movie and television content industry that has been part of Culver City’s DNA for over a hundred years by working with his colleagues to bring companies like Amazon, Apple and HBO to Culver City during his tenure. He has always put the needs of the residents first and foremost by fighting for local control of zoning and housing growth while bringing the city’s first affordable housing units to completion during his tenure.

Once you register, a confirmation email and Zoom link with be emailed to you. Please only register once and use your link to join the ONV Town Hall on March 27th.

See you there!

This virtual Town Hall is brought to you by Neighbors For A Better San Diego, a local non-profit group of San Diego neighbors, community leaders, and advocates formed to protect & preserve single-family neighborhoods from overdevelopment.

Pre-registration is required and attendance is limited.

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Laura Riebau