Andrews contributed $250 on May 18, 1999, and again on June 1, 2000. Christine Andrews of the same address gave $250 on May 18, 1999, and again on June 1, 2000.
June 13, 2002
HISTORICAL RESOURCES BOARD
The Board shall advise the Mayor and City Council relating to the identification, protection, retention and preservation of historical sites in the City.
John Brooks is a partner at Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps LLP. He is a past member of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association and the current editor of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers Report. Brooks received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a juris doctorate from Stanford Law School.
John T. Brooks contributed $250 on January 20, 2000, and again on April 28, 2000. His father, John W. Brooks, also a lawyer at Luce, Forward, gave $250 on October 6, 1999, and again on April 28, 2000. Elizabeth Brooks, of the same address as John W. Brooks, also gave $250 on April 28, 2000.
Gary Edwards is an attorney in private practice specializing in criminal law and is a past deputy district attorney. Edwards received his bachelor’s in history from the University of Southern California and his juris doctorate from the University of San Diego.
Edwards contributed $125 on June 16, 1999; $125 on September 30, 1999; and $250 on April 26, 2000.
Otto Emme, a San Diego Historical Society member, is a licensed real estate agent and a property manager and owner of more than 70 apartment units citywide. He is an officer with the California Army National Guard and current chair of the Pacific Beach Community Planning Committee. Emme is also a current member of the Pacific Beach Historical Society.
Emme contributed $125 on June 29, 2000.
June 4, 2002
SOLID WASTE LOCAL ENFORCEMENT AGENCY HEARING PANEL
The independent Hearing Panel is required by state law to hear appeals from solid waste decisions the enforcement agency makes regarding inspections, permitting, and enforcement activities.
Pennie McLaughlin Carlos, a current member of the Hearing Panel, is an Assistant United States Attorney with the Southern District of California. Carlos serves on the executive committee for the American Heart Association and is a lecturer for the California Public Defender Association. She graduated magna cum laude from Fordham University and received her juris doctorate from Boston University, School of Law.
Carlos gave $100 on May 17, 1999, and $250 on June 9, 2000. Marc Carlos of the same address gave $150 on June 28, 2000, and $125 on September 19, 2000.
May 23, 2002
MAYOR APPOINTS FORD TO SENIOR AFFAIRS ADVISORY BOARD
Mayor Dick Murphy today announced the appointment of John Patrick Ford to the Senior Affairs Advisory Board. The Board advises the City Council on issues impacting the elderly community including transportation, housing and home security.
John Patrick Ford is chairman of Community ElderCare of San Diego. Ford is also a retired certified public accountant and served in the U.S. Army in Korea. His community involvement includes past service on the St. Paul’s Retirement Home Foundation Board and as chair of San Diegans Inc. Cultural Task Force. He is an advisory director for the San Diego Opera and Friends of UCSD Library. Ford is a graduate of Willis College of Business, Los Angeles.
Ford contributed $250 on November 12, 1999, and again on May 22, 2000. Carolyn Ford of the same address contributed $250 on May 22, 2000.
May 16, 2002
MAYOR APPOINTS THREE TO CENTRE CITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION BOARD
The CCDC Board provides redevelopment services, and makes recommendations concerning redevelopment plans and projects.
Victor Vilaplana, named the Best Lawyer in America, is an attorney at Seltzer Caplan McMahon Vitek, where he handles insolvency matters, particularly complicated business bankruptcies, and international transactions. Vilaplana served on the Mayor’s Blue Ribbon Committee on City Finance and is a member of the Greater San Diego Chamber of Commerce. He also serves as trustee and counsel for the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation. Vilaplana received his bachelor’s degree in history from San Diego State University, a master’s degree in international affairs from George Washington University, and his juris doctorate from Stanford University.
Vilaplana contributed a total of $500 on July 26, 2000.
Julie Dillon has served on the Board since 1999 and currently is the vice chair. Dillon is the president and owner of a land development, building, consulting, and investment company. She developed several residential land projects, a commercial building, and affordable housing units. Dillon is a member of the Downtown San Diego Partnership and the Urban Land Institute. Formerly, Dillon served on the California Transportation Commission Airspace Advisory Committee and was president of the Building Industry Association. Dillon has a bachelor’s in business administration from San Diego State University.
Dillon contributed $250 on May 24, 2000.
April 25, 2002
MAYOR ANNOUNCES PARK AND RECREATION BOARD APPOINTMENTS
The duties of the Park and Recreation Board include advising the City Council, through the City Manager, on public policy matters relating to the acquisition, development, maintenance and operation of parks, beaches, playgrounds and recreational activities.
Norman Greene is the co-publisher and chief executive officer of the San Diego Jewish Press Heritage newspaper. For eight years, Greene was president of Alvarado Estates and concurrently served two years as president of Adat Ami Synagogue. He has also worked to build the Israel Tennis Centers Association to help socialize both Arab and Israeli youth. Greene is the recipient of two Congressional "good citizens" awards for his community service endeavors.
Greene contributed $100 on June 3, 1999, and $375 on March 3, 2000. Roberta Greene of the same address gave $375 on March 3, 2000.
Robert Ottilie is an attorney at his own law firm, which he began in 1985. Ottilie has served on the San Diego Civil Service Commission and the Governmental Efficiency Committee. He is currently a director of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association and a member of the City of San Diego Citizens Water Advisory Committee. He received his bachelor’s in economics from Stanford University and his juris doctorate from the University of Iowa.