Port of San Diego Invites Public to March 28 Board Workshop on Port Master Plan Update

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The Port of San Diego invites the public to attend the latest Board meeting during the drafting and discussion of the Port Master Plan Update, which has been a priority project this past year, with extensive public outreach.

Often referred to as “the future of the Port,” this agency-wide initiative will guide the future of approximately 6,000 acres of land and water within Port of San Diego jurisdiction along the San Diego Bay waterfront. Launched in 2013, Integrated Planning will ensure a holistic, thoughtful, and balanced approach to future land and water uses for generations to come, codified in a Port Master Plan Update. The Port has been actively seeking public input and engagement during this process.

Port of San Diego Celebrates Harbor Police Department Change of Command and Promotions

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2018 HPD Ceremony Department PhotoThe Port of San Diego’s Harbor Police Department marked a memorable and historic occasion on March 16, 2018 with a Change of Command and Promotion Ceremony celebrating the appointment of Vice President of Public Safety/Harbor Police Chief Mark G. Stainbrook and 11 Harbor Police promotions.

As part of Port Public Safety, the Harbor Police Department provides for the safety of our communities and resources along San Diego Bay and at San Diego International Airport. Stainbrook was appointed as Chief in March after serving in an acting capacity since October 2017, with previous service in an acting role for a year.

“This is a special day for the entire Harbor Police Department as we welcome Chief Stainbrook to this role and celebrate 11 other well-deserved promotions,” said Randa Coniglio, the Port’s President/Chief Executive Officer. “Chief Stainbrook has helped build the great team we have at the Harbor Police Department and he leads by example. The women and men being promoted today exemplify the best qualities in law enforcement and the entire region benefits from their dedicated service.”

Port of San Diego and City of Imperial Beach to Host Public Open House on Imperial Beach Improvement Project

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The Port of San Diego and the City of Imperial Beach invite the public to attend an open house to view design concepts for the Beach Avenue Comfort Station and Street End Improvements Project in Imperial Beach. The open house will be held Tuesday, March 27, 2018 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Beach Avenue street end at Seacoast Drive, Imperial Beach. Drop-ins are welcome.

Regional Partners Sue Federal Agency Seeking Halt of U.S.-Mexico Border Sewage Spills

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IB Press Confrence 7MARCH 2, 2018 – The San Diego Unified Port District and City of Chula Vista are joining the City of Imperial Beach in suing a federal agency to halt the flow of toxic waste and sewage from the Tijuana River to the Pacific Ocean.

On March 2, 2018, the Port of San Diego and City of Chula Vista joined with the City of Imperial Beach in filing a lawsuit against the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) and Veolia Water North America (Veolia) over their significant, longstanding violations of two U.S. laws designed to protect water quality and public health, the Clean Water Act and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, in their operation of the South Bay International Wastewater Treatment plant.

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