By the time you read this, the 17th Annual Clairemont Garden Tour will be in full swing! Special THANK YOU to all the homeowners, volunteers, and the Garden Tour Committee who have put in hours upon hours of work to make this year's tour extra special. If it is not already May 4, then you can still pick up tickets for the tour. Visit our website: ClairemontOnline.com for more information.
FYI... If you've already purchased tickets for the Garden Tour and need your maps and programs, they will be available on Friday and Saturday (May 3rd and 4th) for pick-up at the following locations: Sandwich Emporium at 3054 Clairemont Dr., and The UPS Store at Clairemont Town Square. Please Remember: bring your receipt with you to any location. Additional maps and programs will also be available day-of at Cadman Elementary (4370 Kamloop Avenue).
Over the last few months, CTC has been keenly aware of public safety issues regarding pedestrian safety concerns, graffiti, car break-ins, etc. One of our pet projects has been the organizing of a Public Safety Committee, so we can keep better track of those types of concerns, as well as offer ideas to better our police and fire protection. Longtime city activist (and CTC Director West) Daniel Smiechowski has stepped up to lead this effort. If you'd like more information, email PublicSafety@ClairemontOnline.
Our May meeting is jam-packed with goodies! Clairemont's newest Congressman, Scott Peters, will join us for the first time and update us on national and local issues. Also, Councilmembers Kevin Faulconer and Lorie Zapf will both be on hand to discuss upcoming City budget issues, and we'll hear an exciting update on the Verizon Tower on Mt. Ada Road (behind the Burger King on Balboa Ave.)
We look forward to seeing you at 7:00pm on Thursday, May 2nd, in the Cadman Elementary cafeteria.
Working for you, Clairemont!