Supervisor Jacob to meet with Ramona Revitalization committee Wednesday

Ramona Community Revitalization Steering Committee will meet with San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the Ramona Library Community Room. The meeting is open to the public.

Jacob, subcommittee chairs, and county staff will discuss and give reports on such topics as parks and recreation, economic development, infrastructure, road projects, public safety, and health and human services.

The library is at 1275 Main St.

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Posted by Karen Brainard on Nov 19 2013. Filed under Community Events, Event Calendar, Government, Government Calendar, News, Ramona. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

4 Comments for “Supervisor Jacob to meet with Ramona Revitalization committee Wednesday”

  1. Joe Minervini

    It appears to me that our Supervisor should schedule some time for the community citizens to speak for or against certain projects. She told me in no uncertain terms that these Revit. meetings were not meant for "public comment." Hell, that's sounds dictatorial. She could easily allow room for the public to comment by: 1. eliminating many things on the "matrix" that haven't moved in years; 2. keeping the "chairpersons" of the items on the matrix from talking so long and saying the same thing they said at the last Revit. Meeting: and 3. by scheduling the meeting a little longer to personally hear from Ramona citizens. She may say that she does have her morning "coffee meetings in Ramona, but those are attended by the same people that show up for the Revit. meetings……great isn't it ? I think its time for Ramona to look into incorporating again. I'm tired of the County occasionally shoving doo-doo down our throats.
    Joe Minervini, I'm in the phone book

    • Guest

      Incorporation is nothing but a fantasy. A city needs a viable tax base. Where is our tax base? Residential properties, chicken ranches and 99 cent stores provide an inadequate commercial base to sustain a city. We can barely keep our schools from falling down – what in the world makes anybody think we can financially support the infrastructure necessary to incorporate? Frankly, I think the county has done a pretty good job representing our community. Many of our problems are self-inflicted by those who resist the inevitable change, or the result of insufficient state funding. We should not deflect our attention on something as ridiculous as incorporation in lieu of doing what we can to adjust to change.

  2. JimC

    Don't you mean set aside time for an overly vocal minority to attempt to put their self interests above the rest of the community? The gig is up: we all know there are a few Dye Road residents who are opposed to improving access to the Estates and the Ramona Street project. We know. We've read the dozens of letters posted by those residents to the Sentinel. I don't know Supervisor Jacob personally, but I'm positive she knows as well. Fortunately, she sees past the antics and is looking out for the best interests of the community as a whole, not just yours and your pals'. At some point you all will realize you can't continue to get your way by shouting down those who disagree – or maybe not.

  3. MIKE

    LOL @ "Joe Minervini, I'm in the phone book" That statement pretty much sums up all that needs to be said about the world this person is in.

    —Mike. Sorry if I am not at home, I am busy running the post to the next town on my pony express route.

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