City Council Progress Report

Now that we are facing an election for two new City Council members in November, we thought we would take a look back at the accomplishments of the current City Council majority. Below is a partial list of some of the council actions that impact your quality of life.
  • Implemented Sports Park fields rehabilitation program (re-seeding, watering and on-going maintenance)
  • Listed SJC street maintenance as a #1 priority, and obtained $6 million in county funding to improve San Juan streets 
  •  Approved adding signal and crosswalk on Rancho Viejo & Paseo Espada for safety of seniors and students 
  • Turned down 2 development projects that were too large for their proposed locations (Laguna Glen and Urban Village)
  •  Replaced proposed strip mall across from the Mission with 4-star Inn at the Mission Hotel
  •  Replace proposed Urban Village residential and hotel development with Hotel Capistrano by Kimpton boutique hotel
  •  Limited commercial photography in historic Los Rios neighborhood to improve residents quality of life 
  • Approved and implemented Putuidem/Juaneno Band of Mission Indians/Acjachamen Nation Cultural Heritage Center at Northwest Open Space 
  •  Approved and implemented World Class Skateboard Park at the Sports Park (after 10 years of discussion)
  • Approved and established Trolley program funded by OCTA to increase mobility and parking options for visitors to downtown 
  • Hired a broker to sell surplus city-owned property
  • Created needed equestrians improvements at Reata Park and Northwest Open Space 
  • Assisted El Nido Mobile Home Park residents with obtaining fair hearings against large rent increases  

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