We environmentalists can’t afford to become complacent. Every single day, the city of San Diego faces decisions with far-reaching environmental implications.
As a result of the climate crisis we face year-round wildfires and rising sea levels, along with the ongoing need to preserve our public lands, promote species diversity, and foster sustainable growth and economic development. That’s why we need a bonafide, proven environmentalist on San Diego City Council.
I’m proud of a lifelong record of environmental activism, along with my current service protecting our environment as a San Diego County Planning Commissioner, and I’d like to invite you to our Environmental Leaders Fundraiser for Tommy Hough on Sunday, June 27, from 4 to 6 p.m.
I hope you’ll be able to join featured guest Imperial Beach Mayor Serge Dedina, and a host committee including Imperial Beach City Councilmember Paloma Aguirre, Helix Water Board Director Mark Gracyk, Padre Dam Water District Director Suzanne Till, Peter Andersen, Michelle Gastil, Dave Hogan, Matt O’Malley, and Kristen Victor.
This outdoor, in-person event is open to all those who have been vaccinated for COVID-19, and will be held at the residence of Steven and Kristen Victor at the historic Crown Point Shores home of Donal and Florence Hord, with landscaping and gardens designed by Kate Sessions. Masks are welcome but not required.
Your support is critical. We need an environmental champion NOW in San Diego City Hall. Join us in support of proven environmental leader Tommy Hough for City Council on June 27th, just three days ahead of the cycle’s first fundraising deadline, and support our grassroots effort for District 6 today. To quote a friend, “Give until it hurts, then give a little more.”