Miramar Ranch North Planning Committee (MRNPC)
New MRNPC Officers
At the May meeting new officers were elected: Michelle Abella-Shon, chair; Tom Ward, vice chair; and Chuck Mitchell, secretary-treasurer. Michelle and I will continue to be the delegates to the Community Planners Committee.
The MRNPC is always looking for new members. If you live in the Miramar Ranch North area and would like to join us, please contact me at [email protected]
Thank You, Mark Kersey
The MRNPC appreciates Councilmember Mark Kersey’s attendance at our May meeting to provide a chance for residents to voice their concerns. Mark also presented information on his Rebuild San Diego Plan, which would create a dedicated stream of funding for infrastructure over the next 25 years. You can read more about his Rebuild San Diego Plan at www.sandiego.gov/citycouncil/cd5/priorities/infrastructure.
The next regular meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 7, at 7 pm at the SRCA Community Center at 11885 Cypress Canyon Road. All meetings are open to the public, and we encourage involvement and input from the community.
If you would like more information about the MRNPC, please visit www.scrippsranch.org/mrnpc. Reach me at [email protected]
Lorayne Burley, Past Chair
Scripps Ranch Planning Group (SRPG)
Development Projects Update
There is no news on any of the ongoing projects in Scripps Ranch since last month. The Chabad campus expansion and The Glen at Scripps Ranch are moving forward.
We still are waiting for the environmental impact report for the proposed mixed-use apartment complex at Carroll Canyon Road and Interstate 15. We expect an update at our June meeting.
At our May meeting the SRPG unanimously recommended that the posted speed limit on Stonebridge Parkway remain at 45 miles per hour between Stockwood Cove and Sycamore Trail.
“Open Data” Projects
The city has launched two projects to improve access to information. The “openDSD” effort allows residents to review data on past, present, and future development activity in the community by providing access to permits and status for all projects. Go to www.sandiego.gov/development-services/opendsd.
In addition, the city has announced DataSD.org—the new home of the Open Data Program in San Diego.
Please attend our next meeting on Thursday, June 2, at 7 pm at the Scripps Ranch Library. If you have any questions, please email me at [email protected]
Wally Wulfeck, SRPG Chair