City Council prep for Wed Oct 28: Police Budget, Neighborhood Policing Programs, and P&R Joint Use Agreements (including Curie Elementary)


From David Rolland, Council Communications Director: On Wednesday, October 28, City Council’s Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee will take a look at the Police Budget; Neighborhood Policing Programs (including Homeless Outreach Team, Psychiatric Emergency Response Team, Serial Inebriate Program, Prosecution and Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Services, and the Direct Placement and Safe Parking Diversion); Joint Use Agreements with San Diego Schools (including Curie Elementary); and San Diego County Food Vision 2030.

The Economic Development and Intergovernmental Relations Committee will consider East Village Quarter (Tailgate Park); Valencia Business Park; Temporary Moratorium on Rent Increases for City Lessees; Resolution Urging the Governor to Act on Hotel Group Meetings Re-Opening Plan; and San Diego Tourism Marketing District Report of Activities.

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