SCRIPPS RANCH CIVIC ASSOCIATION
April 13, [email protected] 7:00pm
Scripps Ranch – Zoom Meeting
- Roll Call 7:05 call to order 22 members present.
- Modifications to the Agenda:
New Librarian, Matt Beatty
- Non-Agenda Public Comment.
Ambulance Service: Issues with #37/44 AMR Ambulance not being available for our SR area last weekend. At SD City Council meeting, Bob brought up the issue with lack of AMR service on weekends. SD City Council advised Bob that a vote was held (unanimous vote by council, 9 of 9) to replace AMR with FAULK ambulance services starting July 1st, 2022. This would include 67 more ambulances, 120 per day hours extra time and increase in Dispatch services. During that time, SD Fire Department will also monitor FAULK services for on a monthly bases for 6 months and report to SD City Council on any issues or recommendations.
Miss San Diego’s Outstanding Teen (Mackenzie Cain) attending the SRCA meeting today and sang our National Anthem. She is also competing in this year’s Miss California Outstanding Teen on April 24, 2021 and is strong advocate for the Race for Autism.
- ELECTED OFFICIALS/PUBLIC SERVICE REPORTS
- New Representative from San Diego Mayor’s office – (Stephen Estrada): N/A
- San Diego City Council ( Councilmember Von Wilpert) – (Quinton Grounds): N/A
- County of San Diego (Supervisor Remer) – (Jeff Yuen): N/A
- CA State Assembly (Assemblyman Maienschein) – Rob Knudsen: N/A
- S. Congress (Congressman Peters) – Jessica Brown: N/A
- San Diego Police Department – Ofc C. Santos
- Planning Groups (SRPG and MRNPC)
Scripps Ranch Planning Group
Our election of members was held on March 4. The following people were elected this year: Julie Ellis, Tamar Silverstein, Stuart Gross, Christopher Keane, Marty Lorenzo, Victoria LaBruzzo, Jenny Marshall, Robert Petering, Don Ringel, Marvin Miles, Marc Sorensen.
An Opening on the Planning Group:
We have an upcoming opening to fill a remaining year term on our Planning Group due to a member resignation. If you are interested in being appointed to this vacancy, please contact me, and plan to attend meetings of the group. Any resident, property owner, or person associated with a business in Scripps Ranch and Stonebridge is eligible.
Pure Water Status Update:
The Water Department staff gave us an update on the Pure Water program. The project’s ultimate goals have been expanded: It is expected to provide up to half the water for our area after completion of phase 1 in about 2025, and for the whole city when complete in 2035. Phase 1 of the project consists of construction and/or improvements to the Morena Pump Station, a pipeline to the North City Water Reclamation Plant, the North City Pure Water Facility, the Metro Biosolids Center, a Pipeline from the Pure Water Facility to Lake Miramar, and the Miramar Water Treatment Plant. When complete, this will produce about 30,000,000 gallons of purified water per day into Miramar Lake, where it will blend with imported and local water supplies.
Construction of the pipeline between the North City Pure Water Facility and Miramar Lake is schedule to begin in the Summer of this year – 2021. The pipeline will be installed mostly along Miramar Road. It will pass under I-15 near Business park Avenue, and continue along Carroll Canyon Road and Hoyt Park Drive, to a Dechlorination Station on Meanley Drive, then under the technology park and Scripps Lake Drive to the Lake. You can expect construction at night from 9pm to 5am. Access for residents, businesses, and emergency vehicles will be maintained. There may be brief scheduled water outages.
There will be substantial construction at Miramar Lake from 7:00am to 4:30pm. The lake will be closed to boating during construction, but surrounding trails and the loop around the lake will remain open. On-shore fishing will be permitted around most of the lake. Even during construction, 25 additional parking spaces will be provided at the Lake, and after completion, we will have a net gain of about 60 parking spaces
III. SRCA COMMITTEE AND ADVSORY GROUP REPORTS
- SRCA President’s Report – Bob Ilko
- Eyeglasses collection partnership with RB Lions Club updates.2. Coronavirus Recovery partnership with Kiwanis Club updates. 3. SR Fire Safe Council partnership proposal re-evacuation equipment storage. 4. Recognition Night, 4th of July parade and Clean Up days (May 5th – 5 dumpsters available. 5. Open board seats. 6. City of SD Permanent Supportive Housing Proposal – Yanni’S updates. A. Yani’s Restaurant: The issue with parking continues and due to change of Mayor and City Council Members, the situation is pending a resolution at this time. A meeting is supposed to be schedule in the near future with all parties involved including two new developers to bid for the contract. 7. Sustainable SR update. 8. 50 Plus Updates. SRCA Trail Map. Rob reports that several volunteers have been collection new GPS data with regards to SRCA trails. Currently taking that new data to update current SRCA trail mapping. Currently moving forward to completing updates to trail maps and move forward with printing. 9. SRCANW update re-operation Enough Racing in SR. 10. SR Technology Business Park Life Sciences Building Issues. ARE company (construction site across from SRHS) is submitting a permit to allow them to working with drug chemicals and material. May 6, 2021 a meeting will be held with Tenants and PB SRCA to approve/disapprove request. 11. Follow up re-request of the Mayo for street resurfacing point of contact.
- Treasurer’s Report – Jim Neal
- Financial Year to Date and Tax Return preparation. Membership is up ($27,000). An increase interest in renting Community Center. Newsletter is still proving to me profitable ($12 – 15,000). 2. QuickBooks technical assistance for financial reporting integration. Requesting a more robust reporting spreadsheet. What is the cost for upgrading to next QuickBooks version.
IV CLOSED SESSION / INTERNAL BOARD ISSUES – None
Meeting Closed at 8:38pm