Just a quick note for any of you who are planning to join us on Thursday for what promises to be an interesting discussion about the state of the local economy:

We’ve had such a great response that we need to move to a larger venue. We won’t be having the event at Liberty Station anymore; we’re moving to the University of San Diego’s Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, on the first floor.

The forum, “The San Diego Economy: Where Are We Really? will feature some great panelists:

  • Financial advisor and Professor Piggington himself, Rich Toscano.
  • North County real estate broker and recent Nightline celebrity Jim Klinge.
  • Ryan Ratcliff, USD economist and regular contributor to UCLA’s Anderson Forecast whose exasperating house-hunting experience I wrote about last fall.

I’ll join these gentlemen on the panel and Scott Lewis will be moderating. The panel is scheduled to run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Again, the forum will not be at Liberty Station. It’ll be at USD instead. So please join us Thursday. Everyone’s welcome.

Parking Information:

There is no charge for parking. You will be directed to the Lower West Lot. Shuttle service runs from the Lower West Lot with a stop conveniently located at the Front Plaza of the Institute for Peace & Justice. On street parking is available throughout the campus, as is a large, central parking facility a few blocks from the IPJ. Please allow extra time for parking.

Directions to the University of San Diego and a campus map can be found here.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday at 6 p.m. If you have any questions, please let us know.


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