Taxpayers for Responsible Land Use is a non-profit 501(c)4 organization dedicated to preserving the special community of La Jolla.
On April 27, the San Diego Planning Commission recommended approval of UCSD's Hillel Center - a 6,500 square foot center consisting of three buildings located at the entrance of La Jolla and the University. Next, the San Diego City Council will meet on July 11 to deny...read more
The proposed 7,000-square-foot Hillel of San Diego student center at the intersection of La Jolla Scenic Drive, La Jolla Scenic Way, and La Jolla Village Drive is certain to impact traffic safety in the area if approved argues the Taxpayers for Responsible Land Use...read more
What happens when you allow a 7,084 square foot student center to be built in a residential zone filled with single family residences adjoining the University of California at San Diego? That’s a possibility the residents of the La Jolla Village Shores Neighborhood...read more
Neighborhoods Matter: Community preservation at core of debate against Proposed Hillel of San Diego Student Center
More than 200 La Jolla residents are rallying around a “Neighborhoods Matter” call against encroachment by a proposed 7,000-square-foot Hillel of San Diego student center in their single-family residential neighborhood. As proposed, the student center would feature a...read more
Community preservation at core of debate against Hillel of San Diego facility design La Jolla, CA April 18, 2017— More than 200 of La Jolla residents are rallying around a “Neighborhoods Matter” call for what they feel is an encroachment on their single-family...read more