The Port of San Diego announced a series of community meetings where members of the public can discuss the future of San Diego Bay. Two meetings were already held, the first on June 6 at the Port of San Diego’s Administration Building and June 12 at La Mesa Community Center.
“The Future of San Diego Bay: A Community Discussion” will feature a presentation on of the Port Master Plan Update, or PMPU. Anyone attending the meetings can ask questions about the process and master plan draft. These community discussions are part of a 90-day public review process, which ends on July 31.
“The discussion draft of the PMPU is a major milestone for the Integrated Planning effort,” port district staff stated. “It includes and addresses allowable uses and activities, future development and management of water and land within the port’s jurisdiction on San Diego Bay.”
Port district staff will host two more community meetings: June 20 at Palomar College Ranch Bernardo Education Center and June 27 at Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve. Each meeting will start at 5:30 p.m. and continue until 7:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided at each meeting.
Visit portofsandiego.org/pmpu for more information on the Port Master Plan.