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April News Letter

Date: Thursday, April 4th


Time: 6:00 pm


Location: PB Recreation Center (1405 Diamond St, San Diego, CA 92109)



March Minutes: Link to Review 


Agenda: Link to Review  

 

This Thursday, California State Assemblymember Tasha Boerner Horvath will speak with our members regarding the results of the California State Auditor's independent audit of San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) and other utilities rate increases for San Diego ratepayers and how the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approves those increases.



Assemblymember Boerner Horvath introduced Assembly Bill (AB) 2666 and 2683 to lower utility rates for all Californians. AB 2666 will set clear expectations to ensure that the utility companies are not making excessive profits off the backs of hard-working Californians. AB 2683 will require the California Public Advocates Office to push for lower utility rates every time rate increases are proposed.”

 


Biography:  Tasha Boerner was first elected to the California State Assembly in November of 2018 and re-elected for her third term in November of 2022. She represents the 77th District, encompassing Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, and the coastal communities of La Jolla south to Coronado.



Tasha was selected by Speaker Emeritus Anthony Rendon to chair the Assembly Communications and Conveyance Committee for the 2023-2024 session. She serves on the Joint Legislative Audit Committee and the following policy committees: Higher Education, Military and Veterans Affairs, Emergency Management, and Public Employment and Retirement. In addition, she chairs the Select Committee on Sea Level Rise & the California Economy.



Before serving in the State Assembly, Tasha served as a local City Councilmember, businesswoman, and former PTA leader. A fourth-generation San Diego County resident, she served as a member of the city’s Planning Commission prior to her election to the Encinitas City Council in 2016.

 


NEED A RECAP?


 

Wendy Gelernter will provide a Primary Election results recap and summary.  Come prepared with any questions regarding the March Primary results.  Let's talk about where we are and where we want to go!

 

 

PBDC BYLAW AMENDMENTS

 

Your PBDC board is reviewing the existing bylaws to update and modernize all provisions.  Please take the opportunity to bring up suggestions for changes at the upcoming PBDC General Member meeting on Thursday, April 4th.  Formal submissions for proposed changes should be submitted to pbdc92109@gmail.com by 14 April 2024.

 

PACIFIC BEACH DEMOCRATIC CLUB ANNUAL SUMMER PICNIC


14 July 2024 at Kate Sessions Memorial Park


Time:  TBD

 

Mark your calendars!  The Pacific Beach Democratic Club will hold its annual summer picnic on Sunday, July 14, 2024, at Kate Sessions Memorial Park.  Join your fellow PBDC Dems for some fun in the sun, along with some solid politic discourse, at our annual summer picnic. Let's make this year's picnic the best ever. 

 

 

 

Nominations Open for Club of the Year!

The Council of Clubs will be voting on Club of the Year at the next Council of Clubs meeting on April 20th. 

If you would like to nominate a club for Club of the Year, you can do so by filling out the form: https://forms.gle/QNBt6QX4tua3ep4d9 .  Self-nominations, as well as nominations by other clubs, are welcome.  Multiple individuals may nominate the same club, though a club only needs to be nominated once.Club of the Year will be given to the a club that “has set an example for other clubs through innovative programs, community outreach, political influence, growth, and positive impact on its community.

 

Please submit your nominations by Saturday, April 6th. Club of the Year will be voted on at our Council of Clubs Meeting on Saturday, April 20th.

 

See you on Thursday!

Your 2023 E-Board

 

P.S. Don't forget to pay your membership dues for 2024 if you haven't already done so!

Reminder to Pay Your 2024 Dues!

Your membership with the club makes sure that you are directly linked to all of the exciting, important, and critical work your fellow members and sister organizations are doing at the local, county, state, and national level to promote Democratic values and principles. Join or renew your membership todayEmail us if you have any questions. 



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