Saturday, December 15, 2012

Cherokee Point Elementary Moves Closer to Having Onsite Skate Park

Working on getting a skate park By San Diego’s guidelines City Heights is 100 acres short of park space. That number is in stark contrast to Health Equity by Design’s report that said, “Within seven square miles of City Heights, there are nearly 60 fast food restaurants, 40 convenience stores and 120 liquor vendors.” Residents want a skatepark and more safe places to exercise. On December 6 they came together in a rally sponsored by Mid-City CAN Youth Council and Cherokee Point Elementary School. Read more from Mid-City CAN»