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‘State of La Jolla’ set for 6 p.m. Jan. 8

La Jolla Town Council to host new event sharing organizations plans and accomplishments

La Jolla, as taken from the air in a Cessna on Dec. 28, 2014 by University of Michigan student Savanah Harvey, home on winter break.
La Jolla, as taken from the air in a Cessna on Dec. 28, 2014 by University of Michigan student Savanah Harvey, home on winter break.

La Jolla Town Council to host new event sharing organizations plans and accomplishments

La Jolla Town Council will host the Village’s first (annual) “review,” 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8 at La Jolla Recreation Center, 615 Prospect St. The community is encouraged to come and hear these groups give updates about what’s on tap for 2015 in The Jewel: La Jolla Village Merchants Association, La Jolla Community Planning Association, Bird Rock Community Council, La Jolla Shores Association, La Jolla Parks & Beaches, La Jolla Recreation Council and La Jolla Town Council.

“The event will be much like the State of the Union address, but with various important local organizations sharing the stage and presenting their visions for the future of La Jolla,” said Town Council president Steve Haskins, noting this event is the first time he can recall so many local organizations will join together in the same place to speak directly to the people of La Jolla.

Editor’s Note: As a reader/resident courtesy, La Jolla Light presents its annual list of local civic organizations with contact information (aka Alphabet Soup). Click here to view. Thirteen entities provide advice to the San Diego City Council on land use, parks and beaches, public infrastructure and other important issues. The advice these groups provide can have a significant impact on La Jolla’s traffic patterns, historical preservation, parking, beach and park use, and other quality of life issues.