New chair sought for La Jolla Parks and Beaches Committee

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Do you want to get involved in the future of the parks and beaches in La Jolla?

The La Jolla Town Council’s Parks and Beaches Committee is seeking a new chair to replace Michele Addington who is leaving the group.

Committee member Patrick Ahern has agreed to serve as interim chair until a replacement is found.

The committee is in the process of separating from the Town Council and becoming its own independent entity in order to continue to provide oversight and improvement to the city for La Jolla’s shoreline parks excluding those in La Jolla Shores.

“This is an evolving role, open to new directions,” said Joe LaCava, president of La Jolla Community Planning Association which makes recommendations to the city on land use. “This is an exciting opportunity to help get this group off on the right foot.”

Those interested should e-mail outgoing chair Michele Addington at

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