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Council to vote on Pacific View Operating Partner selection process

The method and criteria for selecting the Operating Partner organization (or coalition of organizations) that will take the Pacific View site into its new incarnation will be voted on at the Encinitas City Council’s April 8 meeting.

Pacific View Activation Subcommittee members Tony Kranz and Lisa Shaffer’s report is based on their evaluations of the property, input from city staff and members of the public.

In the greatest detail yet, it lists “Starting Assumptions” (basic criteria for the Operating Partner candidates, including financial viability), outlines the proposed role of the Operating Partner, proposes a two-stage selection process, and brings a few loose ends to the council’s attention.

You can read the entire 8-page report here.


The City of Encinitas website now features a page devoted to Pacific View, which may serve as a clearing house for people to post their interests and capabilities and find potential partners.

Several interior photos of Pacific View’s buildings can be found here.

Many of the people who attended Encinitas' Pacific View walkthrough for prospective Operating Partners on March 12 took time out to pause for a photo to commemorate the occasion.

Many of the people who attended Encinitas’ Pacific View walkthrough for prospective Operating Partners on March 12 took time out to pause for a photo to commemorate the occasion.


SavePacificView.org will stay on top of developments and send email updates when new Pacific View events occur. You’re also invited to stay up-to-date on Pacific View news by joining the SavePacificView.org email list here. Your name and email address will only be used by SavePacificView.org. The SavePacificView story as told by local media can be read here.


What are your Pacific View ideas? Click here to Share Your View!


The discussion about what we’d all like to see happen at the Pacific View site, and the process of getting there, continues.
You and your friends are invited to have your say and Share Your View on the SavePacificView.org website. You can login there directly or use your Facebook, Twitter or Google+ ID to post and comment. Your input is much appreciated, and essential to helping create a place that can be enjoyed for generations to come.

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The historic Pacific View property as it appeared before the City of Encinitas purchased it in 2014.