We love our city, our neighborhood, and our larger District 6 community. It’s home.
But as my 2019 op/ed piece in Times of San Diego pointed out, no other street in the city better personifies Downtown’s neglect and dismissive attitude toward D6 than the east end of Gold Coast Dr. from Camino Ruiz to Black Mountain Rd.
Despite this, our neighbors on Gold Coast – and the neighborhood that has grown around them over the last several decades – are some of the most welcoming in our community. We’d like you to meet them.
Join our hosts Jerry Mungo and Lisa Nguyen at their home at 8615 Gold Coast Dr. on Sunday, April 3rd, at 2 p.m. for a Gold Coast Dr. neighborhood meet and greet as we discuss the condition of our roads and sidewalks in District 6, the legacy of deferred maintenance in Mira Mesa, and what our neighbors need from our next District 6 councilmember.
After years of having our council seat at City Hall co-opted by Downtown lobbyists and special interests, we all agree our neighborhoods need to come first with the open District 6 seat in 2022. Come join the conversation.
Need a Tommy yard sign? We’ll have plenty at the event, or you can e-mail us your address and we’ll get a sign to you the same day.