THIS IS A TELLING EMAIL FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE TO PETE HEKMAN INDICATING THE MAYOR’S INCLINATION TO ELIMINATE THE REGENTS ROAD BRIDGE AS PART OF A “NEW PLAN.” THE EMAIL DOESN’T COME RIGHT OUT AND SAY THE MAYOR ADVOCATES THE CANCELLATION OF THE REGENTS ROAD BRIDGE PROJECT BUT IT IS NOT HARD TO SENSE THE LACK OF ENTHUSIASM FOR IT.
From: Barraza, Francis [mailto:FBarraza@sandiego.gov]
Sent: Thursday, October 9, 2014 3:55 PM
Subject: Follow Up to Mayor Faulconer’s Infrastructure Community Event
Thank you very much for attending Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s Infrastructure Community Event. It was great to see so many interested and involved community members. We appreciate the feedback we received and we are taking the time to respond to each and every concern that was brought up in the conversation.
Thank you very much for your feedback regarding the Regents Road bridge.
The Mayor has said that it’s time to move forward with a realistic plan that can be put into action and deliver real results for the community. This new plan will protect our environment, help the community get the fire protection it needs, and give us the final word on the Regents Road Bridge.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me in the future should you need anything from the Mayor’s Office.
Director of Appointments
Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer
City of San Diego
Mobile: (619) 453-9897
Office: (619) 533-6397
Fax: (619) 236-7228
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