Those of you following my blog and listening to my show, know that my "passion project" is to keep the roads and beaches at Bahia Point down in Mission Bay public. A proposed hotel expansion could take all that land away from you and I, thus denying us access to those public beaches that thousands use every year for kayaking, paddle boarding, boating, and family outings.
The most recent news comes from a report on www.nbcsandiego.com where reporter Dorian Hargrove writes that a new lawsuit has been filed.
Cory Briggs, the attorney for San Diegans for Open Government, filed a lawsuit last against the City to stop a massive expansion of the Bahia Resort Hotel.
The article explains, "The lawsuit alleges that on October 3, the City’s Planning Department made an “administrative correction” to the Mission Bay Park Master Plan, deleting a sentence drafted in 1997 to “retain Gleason Road” in its current state. Deleting the phrase clears the way for the council to approve the project and for the hotel owner to build."
I plan on getting in contact with Cory Briggs personally to find out how this lawsuit is going. I will blog it here and possibly have Mr. Briggs on the morning show as well......stay tuned.
Here is the link to the article: https://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/City-of-San-Diego-Sued-Over-Mission-Bay-Hotel-Development-500433911.html?fbclid=IwAR0Dr4gpP_EiLowopCDQiDx-80DsaPwxXXNju_skuzEyXR06Psq2z2w0J4Q
Below are some pics from the area that YOU could be denied public access to if the expansion is ultimately approved....