Don’t miss this wonderful community event sponsored by the PQ Recreation Council. $3 per wristband or bring a new, unwrapped toy and get your wristband for free! Don’t forget to stop by the Town Council’s table to say hi.
Volunteers are still needed, so if you are available for either a 10am – 1pm or 1pm – 3:30pm shift, please email Alex Davis ASAP at ALDavis@sandiego.gov.
The monthly meeting of the Rancho Peñasquitos Town Council is scheduled for this Thursday, December 5th, 7:00 pm at the Double Tree Hotel & Resort, 14455 Peñasquitos Drive, San Diego, CA 92129 in our regular El Dorado Room.
Just prior to our regularly scheduled RPTC meeting is our Grants Committee meeting (6:00-6:30pm, same room). This quarter we will hear five minute presentations in support of four grant requests. Feel free to attend to see how the RPTC grant process works.
You might notice some changes on our meeting agendas. We are now including a summary of committee reports so you can be familiar with what we are doing. All residents are welcome to attend. For those of you who are not familiar with our meetings, there is a standing agenda item for public comment. Residents are allowed three minutes to raise concerns or announce upcoming community events by filling out a speaker slip.
Notable items on the agenda for the regular RPTC meeting:
* Girl Scout Troop 8420 will deliver the Pledge of Allegiance and Patriotic Moment
* We will be honoring several outstanding young citizens from our community through two sets of awards:
** Growing up PQ Contest winners will be honored with certificates from our Health and Education Committee Chair Michelle O’Connor-Ratcliff and 92192 Magazine Publisher Derrick Breaux
** Girl Scout Silver Award recipients from Troops 8420 and 8057 will be presented with Certificates of Achievement from the RPTC.
The RPTC community meetings are a great opportunity to interact with officials from elected offices, police, and fire departments. If you have concerns regarding recent events affecting our community, please attend and ask questions.
Rancho Peñasquitos Town Council
Join many of your fellow residents showing their commitment for our community by becoming a Community Partner. Go to the http://rpcouncil.com/council-projects/community-partnerships/ link to sign up! You can sign up as an individual or a business. RPTC funding is used to provide grants to residents, support local events, and improve our community. The RPTC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (tax id # 51-0562961)), your donation is 100% tax deductible.
A big thank you to all who attended last night’s mayoral forum. Your co-hosts, the Rancho Bernardo Community Council and the Rancho Penasquitos Town Council, loved seeing so many of you interested and engaged in the conversation. Your participation ensures that both campaigns know that the eventual Mayor will be held accountable to the needs of our communities.