Why are our yard signs cropping up all across District 6 once again? Because neighbors agree it’s time to put Neighborhoods First!
We want a city government that genuinely works with neighborhoods and community groups, instead of intruding into our lives and communities without first reaching out to us in good faith.
Without rebuilding our roads, restoring our infrastructure, or ensuring we have enough park space for all our residents, we can’t support a 42 percent increase (!) in Mira Mesa’s population. Taking lanes off Mira Mesa Blvd. while massively increasing the population isn’t a solution.
We need a proven fighter and neighborhood advocate who will actively go to bat for our D6 communities at City Hall – not another Downtown rubber stamp.
If you can, chip in today to help us buy more signs and support our Neighborhoods First campaign in District 6.
If you’d like to help, we can use volunteers! Join our effort to put Neighborhood First in Mira Mesa, Kearny Mesa, Sorrento Valley, Miramar, University City, UTC, and portions of Scripps Ranch.
It may be hot outside, but that won’t stop us from knocking on doors this weekend to ensure neighbors and families aren’t priced out of the communities they grew up in.
And as we gather with family and friends to celebrate Labor Day this weekend, please be sure to keep your loved ones and pets hydrated and cool. Here’s a list of cooling centers around the county.