Coast Guard Comment Policy
We welcome your comments on postings at all Coast Guard sites/journals. These are sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard to provide a forum to talk about our work providing maritime safety, security and stewardship for the American people to secure the homeland, save lives and property, protect the environment, and promote economic prosperity.
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All comments submitted are moderated. The Coast Guard retains the discretion to determine which comments it will post and which it will not. We expect all contributors to be respectful. We will not post comments that contain personal attacks of any kind; refer to Coast Guard or other employees by name; contain offensive terms that target specific ethnic or racial groups, or contain vulgar language. We will also not post comments that are spam, are clearly off topic, or that promote services or products.
The U.S. Coast Guard disclaims any liability for any loss or damage resulting from any comments posted on this page. This forum may not be used for the submission of any claim, demand, informal or formal complaint, or any other form of legal and/or administrative notice or process, or for the exhaustion of any legal and/or administrative remedy.
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Government Organization Near U.S. Coast Guard Sector San Diego
The San Diego County Administration Center is a historic Beaux-Arts/Spanish Revival-style building in San Diego, California. It houses the offices of the Government of San Diego County. It was completed in 1938 and was primarily funded by the Works Progress Administration. It was previously known as the San Diego Civic Center and as the City and County Administration Building. Because of its notable architecture and its location fronting San Diego Bay, it is nicknamed the Jewel on the Bay. Architects were Samuel Wood Hamill, William Templeton Johnson, Richard Requa and Louis John Gill. The building used innovative construction techniques to guard against earthquakes, and the project was considered to be "a prototype of American civic center architecture". The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 16, 1988.
While this is an open forum, it's also a family friendly one, so please keep your comments and wall posts clean. In addition to keeping it family friendly, we ask that you follow our posting guidelines here. Comments and posts that do not follow these guidelines will be removed:
-We do not allow graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments or submissions nor do we allow comments that are abusive, hateful or intended to defame anyone or any organization.
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-We do not allow comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity.
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- For Official Use Only (FOUO), classified, pre-decisional, proprietary or business-sensitive information should never be discussed here. Don't post personnel lists, rosters, organization charts or directories. This is a violation of privacy.
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The vision of the San Diego City Employees' Retirement System is to be an independent, leading edge, actuarially and financially sound and transparent pension plan, responsive to its participants, with excellence in governance, management, leadership and service, and a positively perceived and vital contributor to the community.
Our areas of responsibility are structured based on local San Diego and Western Recruiting Region.
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The recruitment page for the San Diego County District Attorney Bureau of Investigations
National Management Association-San Diego Chapter Distance: 1.3 miCompetitive Analysis 202 C St MS 9A San Diego, CA 92101
The National Management Association (NMA) is a professional leadership development association headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. The Association is a national, not-for-profit organization serving over 25,000 members nationwide. Through the chapter-based experience, NMA provides management and leadership development opportunities to help sponsoring organizations discover, develop, and showcase leadership talent. NMA's customers span the entire U.S. Most are from over 120 affiliated chapters representing nearly 1,000 organizations that include healthcare, utilities, manufacturing, communications, government, aerospace, and defense.
The Information Services Staff acts as the initial contact for most callers and visitors to the City Clerk's Office, responding to thousands of requests each year.
You may view some of the many on-line legislative documents in the City Clerk's Office. Other documents and items not on-line are available through the Clerk's Office, also including Agreements; Appeals; City Council Speaker Forms; Contracts; Deeds (City-related); Leases; Loyalty Oath Cards for Appointed Officials; Notice of Special Hearings; Ordinances & Resolutions; Subdivision Information/Maps; Summons/Subpoenas; CDs and Videotapes of City Council meetings; CDs of Council Committee Meetings; and Voter Registration applications.
To request a copy of a document that is not available on-line, you may contact Information Services at (619) 533-4000. You may also submit your request on-line. Copies of most documents are 25 cents per page. The cost of CDs and audio tapes will vary depending on the specific request.
The Legislative Services Division is made up of three sections: Dockets, Hearings, and Council Actions. The Dockets section prepares, distributes, and uploads onto the City's webpage the Docket and supporting materials for all regular and supplemental agendized items for all City Council meetings, Special Council Meetings, and Emergency Council Meetings. The Hearings Section prepares all Land Use Hearings items that appear on the Docket. The Council Actions section creates and publishes online the Summary Sheet (produced prior to) and the Results and offical Minutes (produced after) for each meeting, and they also maintain and update the online Resolution and Ordinance database. In addition, this section is responsible for updating and maintaining the City Charter, Municipal Code and Council Policies. The entire Legislative Services Division acts as a resource for the public seeking information regarding actions taken by the City Council at the Council Meetings.
Elections staff coordinate and administer the City's municipal elections and elections-related activities. Activities include advising officeholders, candidates and committees of procedures and requirements; processing ballot proposals and initiative petitions; planning and conducting election centrals and inaugurations; administering campaign statements, statements of economic interests and municipal lobbying registration and reporting; providing maps, brochures and instruction manuals to Council, staff, and the public; and preparing technical and analytical reports. More detailed information on Election Services.
The Records Management Program promotes accessibility and ensures government accountability by assisting City departments to create and maintain updated versions of their Records Disposition Schedules; imaging and providing documents on-line to the public; preserving vital records which protect the rights of the City and its citizens by producing microfilm copies and sending them to an out-of-state facility; providing storage and daily retrieval of inactive records for all City departments; cataloguing and making available on-line photographs of official artifacts; and making available to the public on request archival documents dating from the 1830's.
Bravo Company Platoons 1069, 1070, & 1071 Distance: 1.4 miCompetitive Analysis 1600 Hochmuth Ave San Diego, CA 92140
If you were a recruit, Drill Instructor or Series Officer assigned to Platoon 1070 (1069 Series) which graduated 72 hard-charging young Devil Dogs on 19 September 1986, then this is YOUR page! We want to help all veterans from Plt 1070 reconnect, and ultimately would like to plan a reunion for our 30th anniversary of becoming Marines in Sept 2016. The tentative location is near MCRD, San Diego, CA. We'll post more info as we get closer to the date, and more veterans have provided input. Thanks for checking us out!
Marine Corps Bands play a central role in preserving the culture and ceremonial traditions of the Marine Corps. They also serve as musical ambassadors, telling the Marine Corps story and instilling national pride and patriotism, by providing inspirational and entertaining musical performances for audiences across the United States and literally around the world. These professional musical organizations have provided thousands of Marines the opportunity to serve their country in a uniquely patriotic role while gaining skills and experience as musicians and as leaders.
The EFMP assists Marine Families in managing the dual demands of a Marine Corps career and the special needs of a family member. The program ensures that the family will be assigned to a location where appropriate services exist to support the special needs of the EFM.
MCCS MCRD San Diego - Family Care Distance: 1.4 miCompetitive Analysis 3602 Hochmuth Ave, Bldg 6E San Diego, CA 92140
The Family Care branch offers Marines the help they need to keep family members physically fit, help reduce the impact of the mobile military life style on military school-age children and improve the quality of life for Marine Corps families with special needs. The Family Care branch consists of:
•Exceptional Family Member
The official Facebook account for MCCS MCRD, San Diego.
Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) provides quality of life services for Marines and their families.
NOTE: Posts made by other pages soliciting donations, selling goods or in any way promoting an entity other than MCCS or MCCS entities will be removed.
Wake up to the Challenge!
On October 1, 2016 the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) San Diego will host the 12th Annual BootCamp Challenge, a 3-mile obstacle run. This unique race features obstacles used only by Marine Corps Recruits, plus over 60 USMC Drill Instructors that "encourage" participants along the race course. The BootCamp Challenge is a part of the annual schedule of events during San Diego's Fleet Week.