Given today’s proposal from Gov. Jerry Brown to radically reshape redevelopment statewide, Tuesday morning seems like good time to talk about it at a breakfast featuring some of San Diego’s heaviest hitters.
Local Republican Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, who authored a controversial provision to extend the life of redevelopment activities downtown, is headlining a panel on redevelopment. Panelists also will include Frank Alessi and Jeff Graham, two top officials from the city’s downtown redevelopment agency, Keith Curry, the mayor of Newport Beach and Jerry Trimble, a principal for Keyser Marston Associates, a redevelopment consulting firm.
Ian Gill, a real estate consultant, will be moderating the discussion.
The breakfast will be from 7:30 to 9 a.m. tomorrow at The University Club, 750 B Street.
Pricing is $45 for members, $30 for Young Leader Members and Student Members, and $55 for all non-members.
Registration is limited to 150 guests.
Pre-registration has ended so all registrations will be processed at the door and will include an additional $10 fee. You can register for the event here.
I’ll have more on Brown’s redevelopment proposal today.