All group officers were re-elected to another term: Cathy Kelton as chair, Dawn Reilly as vice chair and Kurt Sullivan as secretary.
Kurt Rubenacker of Target told the group the company is going through a franchise renovation of the exteriors and existing facades of all of its San Diego stores, including a change in its signature company color scheme.
“The existing Target has a white background with red signage, and we’re changing that to a red wall with white signage,” he said, adding plans call for adding a new front entryway to the store. He said two other Targets in San Diego have been similarly remodeled.
Rubenacker said the total square footage of the Sports Arena store will not be changed. MPCPG voted unanimously to issue a letter of support for Target’s renovation plan.
A complaint was voiced at the April 18 meeting that nighttime noise from trains in the area is too loud in the wee hours of the morning and that something ought to be done about it.
The group announced at the meeting that chair Kenton will be the neighborhood’s representative at the upcoming May 14 Point Loma Association-sponsored community conversation at UPSES Portuguese Hall, 2818 Avenida De Portugal.