Anonymous donor has so far matched $9,000 in donations

Dear Supporters,

Thank you to all who have donated to our fundraising efforts, and a special thank you to our anonymous donor who has so far matched $9,000 in donations of $100 or more. Matching funds are still available for donations of $100 or more. Of course, donations of any size are always welcome.

Please continue to spread the word. Tell your neighbors, friends, and co-workers about our efforts to keep the Regents Road bridge in the community plan and get it built. Ask them to spread the word as well.

Remember, there are two ways to donate: online or mail a check payable to “Citizens for the Regents Road Bridge” or “CFTRRB” to 4079 Governor Dr. #165, San Diego, CA 92122.

Austin Speed
President, Citizens for the Regents Road Bridge

About Citizens For The Regents Road Bridge

CITIZENS FOR THE REGENTS ROAD BRIDGE is a grassroots organization in the University City, Clairemont, Mira Mesa, La Jolla, Miramar, Kearny Mesa, and TierraSanta areas of San Diego. Our organization believes in the importance of effective action to improve safety, relieve traffic congestion, and improve multimodal transportation in these communities. Traffic congestion, particularly in the University City area on Genesee Avenue, has become unacceptable and has created significant risks for emergency responders, residents, and business owners. A city plan drawn up over 50 years ago detailed two major north-south surface street arteries serving these communities. One of them, the Clairemont Mesa Boulevard-Regents Road collector road, is still incomplete because of a number of lengthy delays in constructing a four lane bridge to transit Rose Canyon on Regents Road.
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