News


Problem park in Chula Vista to get makeover with $1 million grant

A park that's long been a problem in southwestern Chula Vista will get an overhaul thanks to a state grant awarded to the city's recreation department. The city learned last month it was one of 25 recipients statewide to receive a grant for youth recreation opportunities. Read more here.


 

Education

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Resources


Evidenced Based Succession Planning Research Brief

A 2012 GP REDLine Survey addressed topics related to leadership and retirement of staff in agencies and professional offices. Termed “succession,” the survey examined anticipated changes in personnel over time through the eyes of practitioners in the areas such as parks and recreation, public health and planning. Take a look at the brief here.


 

Advocacy


Help Preserve and Protect Our Coast and Other National Treasures

President Trump has ordered the Federal Review of National Marine Sanctuaries, Marine National Monuments and other National Monuments by the EPA/NOAA with the intent of desanctioning monuments declared by President Obama for the purposes of energy production, i.e. drilling for oil off the California Coast. NOAA is taking public input on the matter via Federal Register that is somewhat complicated to locate and comment. The following information and links can direct interested persons in registering a comment but it must be received by July 26. Click here to leave your input.

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