For all of us concerned about the future development on the DoubleTree Hotel & Resort Property….. This is where you can find out everything proposed and planned as well as what is still up in the air….change is coming. The Rancho Penasquitos Planning Board Ad Hoc sessions want your input and are here to represent your concerns.
The Rancho Peñasquitos Planning Board’s Ad-Hoc Committee on the Doubletree Resort & Golf Course will be meeting on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 7:00pm in the Heritage Ballroom at the Doubletree Resort; 14455 Peñasquitos Drive San Diego, CA 92129. The meetings are open to the public
1. Call to Order – Jeanine Politte (Committee Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org)
2. Agenda Modifications
3. Approve Meeting Minutes/Notes – September 16, 2014
4. Non-Agenda Public Comment (3 minutes per speaker) – for topics not on the agenda
5. Laurus Corporation – Maureen Cohen
Role/responsibilities for the hotel and the golf course, address community questions from the last
committee meeting, Doubletree remodel update and golf course closure status.
a. Community Q & A
6. Lewis Operating Corporation – Damon Gascon
Summarize due diligence findings (3rd party consultant findings), summarize comments/input from
the last meeting, describe land planning/programming, survey attendees, review next steps and
deliverables for the November meeting.
a. Community Q & A
7. Adjourn – approximately 9:00pm
* Next Doubletree Ad-Hoc Committee meeting – Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 7:00pm
Hope to see you there!
Secretary, Rancho Peñasquitos Planning Board (RPPB), Doubletree Ad-Hoc Committee, Chair
The Rancho Penasquitos Town Council Government Affairs Committee is happy to announce an evening with the Candidates, Scott Peters and Carl DeMaio.
This event is for the audience and community to ask those important questions and get the answers straight from the Candidates!
The Forum begins at 7:30, get there early and grab a seat.
SD 6 Community Candidate Forum Wednesday Night, October 15, 2014 – A Night For You To Ask Questions!
The Government Affairs Committee of the RP Town Council invites you to talk to the Candidates running for City Council District 6.
This night is for you! Bring your questions and get them answered directly from the Candidates! Carol Kim and Chris Cate will be in Rancho Penasquitos at the Double Tree Hotel & Resort in the Ballroom. The Forum starts at 6:30
City Reps – Press Conference October 9, 2014 10 AM – Paseo Montalban Road Work – More Than A Patch Job
Councilman Mark Kersey’s open invitation to Rancho Penasquitos Community Leaders & Residents:
This Press Conference is to answer Community questions regarding the resurfacing of Paseo Montalban and some new equipment to improve the repair process. It would be great to have community leaders as well as residents join us. We’ll also have some Mt. Carmel Marching Band members and crews from the Streets Division. Please let me know if you have any
Revamped Street Repair Program Does More than Just Patchwork
Added staff, equipment to improve repair process and make longer lasting repairs
Beginning this week, a new street repair crew began repairs on Paseo Montalban in Rancho Peñasquitos. The crew is utilizing new equipment made possible by added funding in the FY 2015 budget. This will begin a new process in which City street repairs crews can make emergency repairs to short stretches of road by milling and paving using a new grinder instead of only filling potholes. This portion of Paseo Montalban, which has been rated in poor condition for some time, is used for the 38th annual Mt. Carmel Band Tournament. Dozens of participating marching bands from San Diego-area high schools march along this route in the annual event.
Press Conference regarding new process to advance street repairs
Councilmember Mark Kersey, Committee Chair
John Helminski, Deputy Director, Transportation & Stormwater Department, Streets Division
Dave Brooks, Co-Director, Mt. Carmel Tournament of Bands
Greg Magno, Principal, Mt. Carmel High School
Thursday, October 9, 10 a.m.
Rancho Peñasquitos on Paseo Montalban between Via Cima Bella and Carmel Mountain Road
Streets Division crew making repairs
Mt. Carmel Marching Band members