Start Date: 1/14/2021 12:00 PM PST
End Date: 1/14/2021 1:00 PM PST
Venue Name: BOMA San Diego Zoom Conference
BOMA San Diego
Join BOMA San Diego's Programs & Seminars committee for the virtual January Membership Meeting on Thursday, January 14 from 12 - 1 p.m.
After careful consideration by the BOMA San Diego Board of Directors and on the recommendation of the BOMA San Diego Government Affairs Committee, the Board has unanimously awarded the honor of “Public Official of the Year” to City of San Diego Councilmember Dr. Jennifer Campbell (District 2), Councilmember Chris Cate (District 6) and Mike Hansen, Planning Director at City of San Diego.
BOMA San Diego will also host the association's first membership meeting of the year. Join us as we look ahead into 2021 and prepare for a successful year.
A confirmation email will be sent to registrants with a Zoom link. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. This event is free for all BOMA San Diego members and $20 for all non-members.
About the Speakers
Councilmembers Jennifer Campbell and Chris Cate | City of San Diego
In recognition of the bi-partisan vision and effort in writing and promoting “Measure E” to lift the height limitation in the Midway Community of the City of San Diego. Councilmembers Campbell and Cate recognized that the height limitation passed by voters many years ago was intended to protect the coastal zone was not appropriate or necessary in the Midway community. They also recognized the long term value to the community and the city of catalyzing redevelopment of this area as a result of removing this height limitation. They looked past any partisan issues, and even conventional wisdom of acceptability to garner nearly 60% of voters support for this measure. This award reflects their vision, leadership and bi-partisanship in securing support for a catalytic change to this important area.
Mike Hansen | Planning Director, City of San Diego
In recognition of Director Hansen and his team at the Planning Department for their efforts to promote and develop community plan updates, including the communities of Midway, Mission Valley, Morena and Kearny Mesa. Additionally, Director Hansen and his team have worked to create seismic shifts in planning doctrine by developing programs like “Complete Communities” that allow for more “by right” development in key areas of the City along transit corridors. These efforts will lead to a better, more environmentally sustainable connection between jobs and housing and in a manner that is incentivized through zoning.