|Posted on Jul 1st, 2016 Comments (0)
Please see information on legal action by Friends of the San Dieguito River Valley:
Article in The Rancho Santa Fe News online dated 9/29/16 re: RSF Assn. Board reaction to Surf Cup lease:
Article in The Rancho Santa Fe News online dated 8/5/16:
Article in Rancho Santa Fe Review online site dated 8/1/16:
Article in SD Union Tribune on 7/27/16 regarding lease approval:
On Monday, July 25, 2016, the full City Council voted 8-1 to approve the lease to the Surf Cup Sports:
Call to action!!! The entire City Council of San Diego is set to vote to approve the lease of the polo fields to Surf Cup Sports on Monday, July 25th. You are encouraged to contact the City Council members to voice your opinion about the dirty streets, noise & traffic problems this will cause. Click on the link "Read more" below for the names & email addresses of the council members. Your letter should address the fact that there has been no EIR done recently, that the fields will be used for 25 events a year instead of 25 days per year which is an unacceptable increase of use and traffic conditions caused by use of exit on east side of fields causes unacceptable dirt, debris & mud on a dangerous stretch of Via de la Valle.
Please click on "read more" below to view opinion piece from San Diego Union Tribune dated 7/21/16 re: Surf Cup lease coming up for approval by SD City Council.
As you may know, the lease for the Polo Club will be awarded to the Surf Club. Please see article here:
On June 29th, The City of San Diego Smart Growth & Land Use Committee recommended awarding the lease by the full City Council. That meeting was attended by over 300 soccer players and parents who spoke at the hearing in support of the lease.
On June 28th & 29th, Channel 10 News broadcasted excerpts of a video that is attached here showing the traffic, noise & road conditions caused by these large events.
The President of the Whispering Palms Community Council has contacted the City Council. His memo appears here:
If you wish to contact the City Council yourself, please click on the link below to view the attached contact information:
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