Mira Mesa Residents and Supervisor Lawson-Remer Talk About Epicentre Redevelopment
People living and working in and around the Mira Mesa area on Monday attended a Meet and Greet hosted by San Diego County Supervisor Lawson-Remer, packing a room inside of Miramar College. Supervisor Lawson-Remer represents Mira Mesa on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors and hosted the event in partnership with the Mira Mesa Town Council.
“Mira Mesa is an area where many middle-income and working parents call home, and they are focused on providing a good quality of life for their families,” said Supervisor Lawson-Remer, Vice Chair of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. “Our discussion on Monday focused a lot on our County’s work to tackle rising housing costs, stop illicit fentanyl and opioids from harming children, and the results we’re seeing with the County’s stepped-up efforts to tackle homelessness.
“We also talked about the future renovation of the Epicentre,” Supervisor Lawson-Remer continued. “It is a project I was proud to bring county funding to, and today we have a partnership with the City of San Diego that will provide youth programming and be a community resource when it opens in 2025. I saw some concerts there, and I am excited for it to be restored so others can enjoy it.”
Supervisor Lawson-Remer represents District 3, which is comprised of Coronado, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, La Jolla, Rancho Santa Fe, Harmony Grove, Torrey Highlands, Sorrento Valley, Carmel Valley, Rancho Penasquitos, Mira Mesa, University City, Pacific Highlands, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Ocean Beach, Point Loma, Midway District, and Little Italy.
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