March 10, 2006

Political Notes:

Northwest Civic Association

The Northwest Civic Association, a new grassroots organization of northwest Chula Vista residents, property owners &/or business owners, will hold its 3rd meeting. Participants will vote on the wording of the mission statement, organization name, issues of membership & dues & regular meeting dates.

Monday, March 13th
6:00 p.m. at the former Lion’s Club
547 Fourth Ave.  Chula Vista
(Between H & I streets)
Contact #: 619-427-4224

Salas for State Assembly Campaign Kick Off-Rally

March 11, 2006, 10:30 am - Kick Off Rally
320 Third Avenue, Suite C
Chula Vista , CA 91910
For more info:

Remy Bermudez to run for District 8 seat

Remy Bermudez has announced her intent to challenge Ben Hueso to represent District 8, City of San Diego. In her press release she stated: “After numerous requests from District 8 residents urging me to run again for the 8th Council District, I have decided to pick up my paperwork for the upcoming District 8 election in June.

“Nothing has changed since the special election:  The needs are the same, the services are scarce and the budget priorities for 2006-2007 put forth by the 8th District City councilmember appear to favor the special interests which put him in office, maintaining the status quo of District 8’s institutional neglect and business as usual.”

Congressman Luis Gutierrez in town to support Bob Filner

Congressman Luis Gutierrez , Member, Congressional Hispanic Caucus and Chair, Democratic Task Force on Immigration will be at the home of Roger & Norma Cazares, 45 El Rancho Vista, Chula Vista, CA 91910, Friday, March 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm to announce the endorsement of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus for Bob Filner for the 51st Congressional District. This will also serve as a fundraiser for Filner. For more information you can go online at: or call (619) 425-5047.

District 8, City of San Diego, Meeting

Captain Ball, SDPD, and Councilman Ben Hueso, District 8, will be at the Memorial Recreation Council meeting on Tuesday, March 14, at 7 in the evening at the Dolores Magdaleno Recreation Center on Marcey Avenue (next to the Boys Club) to discuss the ongoing issues at Memorial and Chicano Parks. The Community wants to know what is going to be done to address the issues of gang violence and take over of our parks, public drunkenness, homelessness, drug dealing, etc. We also need more funding for our parks and facilities.

The public is invited to attend; your input is valuable so that we can begin to formulate solutions with the cooperation of all interested parties.

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