Del Mar Mesa Planning Board Briefs; April 12 meeting

Forming a Neighborhood Watch group

SD Police Department Northwestern Division representatives updated the Del Mar mesa Community Planning Board April 12 board on forming a Neighborhood Watch.  Vice Chair Elizabeth Rabbitt offered her Del Mar Mesa home for meetings.  The first meeting will be in May, and the division will offer training to those interested.

Board appointments

Chair Gary Levitt, vice-chair Elizabeth Rabbitt, and secretary Allen Kashani retained their seats (unanimously approved), with new appointments of Preston Drake as trails representative and Rob Mikuteit of the San Diego Mt. Bike Association as community representative.   — Suzanne Evans

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar Mesa planning board election results in
  2. Del Mar Mesa briefs from Oct. 14 meeting
  3. Del Mar Mesa planning board to hold elections
  4. Carmel Valley: Del Mar Mesa community planning board votes to keep Del Mar Mesa within District One
  5. Police urge Del Mar Mesa area to set up a Neighborhood Watch program

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