The protest to end the manufacture and use of Killer Drones is targeted against General Atomics and Northrup Grumman, two leading manufacturers of Killer Drones.
April 4th will be the first of four days of protests and will involve the “Occupation” of the Clairemont Drive I-5 Overpass (Near the Park of Mission Bay Visitors Center) by volunteers, who will be holding signs critical of killer drones.
Fact: San Diego is the killer drone capital of the world, because San Diego is home to General Atomics and Northrup Grumman, companies that manufacture the deadly Predator and Reaper drones.
Our next meeting will be on April 8, 7:00 pm, with special guest Stephen Whitburn, the general manager of San Diego LGBT Pride. We now meet at the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1309, 7843 Lester Avenue in Lemon Grove. Hope you can make it!
Whole Foods Market, located at 711 University Avenue, has been in the Uptown neighborhood for 16 years and is completing a major remodeling project that will maintain the integrity of the best of what is Uptown and provide access to the highest quality of local foods, organic produce and healthy life choices.
Marketing Supervisor Ray Kau said, ”The remodel was a big change for the store, and designers strived to keep the integrity of the neighborhood in tact through several elements…We are a unique and diverse neighborhood, and we get such strong support from Hillcrest and the surrounding communities,” Kau said. “We really want to recognize and call that out within the store.”
Whole Foods Market will feature a full service restaurant, which includes soups, sandwiches, tacos, salads and sushi. Among other menu options will be 32 beers and a selection of wines.
Kau announced that Whole Foods Market will host a “grand reopening 16th anniversary celebration,” which will be a weeklong celebration starting Friday, April 5 and will include a cake cutting, live music and a beer tasting at the new pub.
San Diego Congressional Representatives Scott Peters and Susan Davis joined City Councilwoman Sherri Lightner and members of the La Jolla community in an effort to save the historic 77 year old La Jolla post office this afternoon from the United States Postal Service ax.
Davis, whose 53rd District previously included La Jolla prior to redistricting, had introduced legislation in the last Congress that would allow community interests to purchase the building and lease it back to the Postal Service at a nominal rate. Peters, as the new representative to the area, has taken up that mantle and reintroduced the bill. “The U.S. Postal Service is under attack,” and they need more funding, said Davis.
Our Strong Mayor Bob Filner’s refusal to sign off on an operating agreement for the San Diego Tourism Marketing District has led to an agreement with the Hoteliers that will save San Diego taxpayers money and made the point, “Business as it used to be conducted downtown will be operating under a different set of rules during his administration.”