SANDAG: Help Shape the Next 35 Years


Thursday, May 28, 6 PM, there will be a workshop in University City to allow public comment on SANDAG’s Draft San Diego Forward: The Regional Plan, available online The Regional Plan combines the big-picture vision for how our region will grow over the next 35 years with an implementation program to help make that vision a reality.

The workshop will provide more information on what the Draft Regional Plan will accomplish, and also will feature panel discussions with community members on transportation, environment, healthy communities and economic issues related to the Plan. Here are the speakers for the workshop:

May 28- Central, Westfield UTC Forum Hall, above Wells Fargo
•Joe Terzi, San Diego Tourism Authority
•Nancy Bragado, City of San Diego
•Kathleen Ferrier, Circulate San Diego

We are quite excited for this stage in the development of the Regional Plan and we are encouraging as much participation in this process as possible. If you have a moment, could you please reach out to the University City Community Association (UCCA) and share with them our flyer for the workshop?

Dariel Anne Walker
Communications Intern SANDAG
401 B Street, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92101


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