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OB Planning Board Unofficial Election Results

The unofficial results of the 2017 general election of the Ocean Beach Planning Board are:

DISTRICT 2
Tom Gawronski

DISTRICT 4
Blake Herrschaft

DISTRICT 6
Dan Dennison

DISTRICT 7
Richard Aguirre

PLEASE NOTE: These results are unofficial. Per the OB Planning Board Bylaws, election results are not official until certified by an action of the OB Planning Board. This action is expected to occur at the next regular meeting, currently scheduled for April 5, 2017.

 

 

OB Planning Board Elections – Wednesday 3/15/17

Wednesday, March 15th between 4:00 – 6:00 pm at the OB Rec Center, the Ocean Beach Planning Board will be holding its annual elections. Four districts are up for election including Districts 2, 4, 6, & 7. Residents, property owners and business owners of Ocean Beach can vote for the representative in their district. To see which district you live in, use the map below or our new interactive OB Reference Map.

To vote, please bring proof of residence, property ownership or business ownership. This can be in the form of a current driver’s license (or other government ID) or a copy of a utility bill, business license, or tax bill that demonstrates the qualifying address.

Polling Location:

Ocean Beach Recreation Center
4726 Santa Monica Ave
Ocean Beach CA 92107
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Ocean Beach Adds First Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

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Today, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, San Diego City Councilmember Lorie Zapf, Business Development Manager Jacques Chirazi, Ocean Beach Planning Board Chair John Ambert and Vice Chair Blake Herrschaft cut the ribbon on the first Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations at the Ocean Beach Lifeguard parking lot.

These two stations are the first public EV charging stations in Ocean Beach, and are the closest public EV stations to the beach in all of Southern California. This marks a huge step for the OB community as these stations were identified as opportunities in the Ocean Beach Community Plan, approved in fall 2015.

The Ocean Beach Planning Board is thrilled to see the installation of these stations, and is looking forward to more projects that improve the sustainability and decarbonization of our community.