Del Cerro Action Council

News from the Del Cerro Action Council

By Jay Wilson At the Jan. 28 meeting of the Del Cerro Action Council (DCAC), police community relations officer John Steffen reported on the crimes in the area and stated that they had declined. There were only three burglaries in the past four months. “People are paying attention to their surroundings and that decreases the […]

News from the Del Cerro Action Council — Dec. 16, 2016

By Jay Wilson Adobe Falls update Adobe Falls continues to be a thorn in our side. If you saw the KUSI news story on Dec. 9, you saw Del Cerro resident and SDSU professor, Dr. Eric Frost’s comments on Adobe Falls at the San Diego City Council’s Environment Committee, where he emphasized the negative impact […]

News from the Del Cerro Action Council – Oct. 21

By Jay Wilson We will have two significant information presentations at the Del Cerro Action Council (DCAC) meeting on Thursday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El — an update on Adobe Falls that includes a presentation by SDSU professor Eric Frost, Ph.D., and an information item presented by Tim Taylor, the Chief Policy […]

News from the Del Cerro Action Council – Aug. 19

By Jay Wilson At the quarterly DCAC meeting, John Steffen, the Police Community Relations Officer (CRO) for the Navajo Area, reported two residential burglaries in Del Cerro and several car prowls. Officer Steffen emphasized that car prowls are crimes of opportunity – valuables left in plain sight and unlocked doors.

Del Cerro Action Council update – June 17

By Jay Wilson Congratulations to Councilmember Scott Sherman on his re-election to represent Del Cerro and the Navajo Community for District 7 on the City Council. Liz Saidkhanian, Councilmember Sherman’s Community Outreach Manager, will remain as our council representative for Del Cerro, Allied Gardens and Mission Trails. If you need to reach Liz with a […]

News from the Del Cerro Action Council – May 20

By Jay Wilson The Navajo Community lost a very dedicated community member and a very loyal friend of mine when John Pilch passed away on May 3. I worked with John for more than 20 years, beginning in 1995, when I was the Community Representative for Navajo while working for Councilmember Judy McCarty. In addition to […]