By Pam Stevens
This article is updated on February 28th
What’s your “favorite” pothole or worst stretch of street you know about in Mira Mesa?
What road repairs does the City of San Diego currently plan for Mira Mesa?
How are streets selected for repair? Is your street already on the City’s list?
How are repairs budgeted, and what is the timeline?
Does reporting a pothole on the “Get It Done” app make a difference?
Join representatives from the City administration, Mayor Kevin Faulconer, and City Councilmember Chris Cate for a panel discussion with questions and answers at the March 2 Mira Mesa Town Council meeting, 7pm in the community room at the Mira Mesa Branch Library, 8405 New Salem St.
The Mira Mesa Streets Forum will take place Monday, March 2, as the main program at the Mira Mesa Town Council meeting, which begins at 7pm in the community room at the Mira Mesa Branch Library, 8405 New Salem St.
The MMTC meeting will start at 7pm with a flag ceremony by Mira Mesa Girl Scout Troop 4529, led by Aida Palomino, followed by reports from first responders (police and/or fire) the usual first item of business.
The “Mira Mesa Streets Forum” main program will begin about 7:15pm. This panel discussion with questions and answers should take about 45 minutes.
Following the main program, the MMTC meeting will continue from 8pm until its conclusion (approximately 9pm), including reports from MMTC committees and other community groups, elected officials’ representatives, any action items for MMTC members to vote on, and open forum. Open forum provides an opportunity for members and/or the public to comment (2 min each) on anything not on the agenda.
The Mira Mesa Town Council is a non-profit civic group which offers members a way to get involved with the community and help make Mira Mesa a better place to live. MMTC organizes the Mira Mesa 4 th of July Parade and July 4th Family Fun Day in Mira Mesa Community Park, as well as the Mira Mesa Street Fair the first Saturday in October. MMTC hosts an annual Mira Mesa Volunteer of the Year Dinner to recognize outstanding volunteers, as well as awards college scholarships to graduating high school students based on their community service.
Any Mira Mesa residents, age 16 or older, or representatives of businesses in Mira Mesa, may join Mira Mesa Town Council as voting members by paying the appropriate annual dues. Dues are currently $20/person for residential members ($10 for second member in a household, students or seniors), and $50 for business members. MMTC members, residential and business, receive discounts offered by participating business members, such as the Mira Mesa Walgreens.
For more information see http://www.miramesatowncouncil.org.