Port Commissioner and candidate for Congress Scott Peters shares news about plans for San Diego Embarcadero, offers warning about UT San Diego stadium proposal for marine terminal.
On March 13th, the OB Planning Board held its annual election to select half of its membership. A new term brought new leadership—and a few new faces—to the Ocean Beach Planning board. After two terms as the board’s chairman, Giovanni Ingolia stepped aside in favor of becoming just a regular board member. Jane Gawronski will take his place as the chairperson.
Landry Watson, a familiar face to both the OB Town Council and the OB Planning Board, will resume his duties of the vice chair, Barbara Schmidtknecht will become the board’s new treasurer, and board newcomer Kelly Taing has accepted the nomination for secretary.
The OB Planning Board consists of 14 members, two from each of the seven districts. There are still four open seats.
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