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South Bay’s Successful Appreciation Luncheon’s Community Program for San Diego Police Department’s Southern Division Will Continue In 2019.

Dec 05, 2018 05:45PM ● By Paul Spear
The 2018 Appreciation Luncheons ended with SDPD (Southern Division)’s Thanksgiving Luncheon on Thursday, November 8.  The cuisine included deep-fried turkeys, ham, lumpia, tamales, pancit, salad, mash potato, fresh fruits, half sheet cakes, pies, brownies, cornbread, rice, and muffins from (Home Town Buffet, Filipino Grill, Souplantation, Tamales Ancira, Sprouts, Otay Farms Market, Costco, and Vons).  The luncheon was festive and cuisine delicious.

SDPD (Southern Division - 1120 27th Street, San Diego, CA 92154) serves San Diego City communities and neighborhoods in the South Bay region.  Southern Division’s jurisdiction covers Otay Mesa-Nestor (OMN) community (Egger Highlands, Nestor, Palm City, Otay Mesa-west neighborhoods), Ocean View Hills, Otay Mesa, San Ysidro, which includes its border crossing (busiest in the world) that separates Tijuana, Mexico, from San Diego County, and
the Tijuana River Valley.  Southern Division serves an estimated population of 107, 631 people (almost the total population of cities of Coronado and Imperial Beach, and National City combined) and encompasses 31.5 square miles.  

The community program is looking forward towards 2019.  For more information, please contact Otay Mesa-Nestor Community resident and Founder Rodel Reyes at r27rodel@gmail.com


             

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Paul Spear, Publisher, and Editor of Dig Imperial Beach 

 


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