A Voice for La Jolla, Serving Its Community For The Greater Good For All
Our next meeting will be our
End of Term Celebration
June 8th at 5:00 PM.
Come join us for a fun and entertaining meeting!
615 Prospect Street, La Jolla
The meeting will be held at the
La Jolla Rec Center, or by Zoom Conference.
Reach out to the LJTC at
The La Jolla Town Council is
Currently Recruiting Trustees for
July 20, 2023 Swearing In
Are you interested in helping the community and volunteering? Can
you volunteer four hours a month to help La Jolla? Would you like to
help residents and businesses of La Jolla to address community
issues and opportunities? If yes, then La Jolla Town Council would
like to invite you to consider running as a Town Council Trustee. We
are currently taking nominations until 5:00 pm on June 7, 2023 for a
July 20, 2023 announcement and swearing in.
Trustee applications will be shared with members, trustees and the
public. Local media will be informed of the election and the
The Nominees will be interviewed and presented by the LJTC
Executive Committee. Candidates must reside or work within the
92037 Zip Code and should have attended a minimum of three La
Jolla Town Council meetings in the 12 months prior to the election.
Each Candidate will be required to complete a Consent to Serve form
prior to submission of names to the President.
Trustees may be seated only if they are an LJTC regular Member in
good standing with Yearly Membership Paid. This requires
attendance in monthly meetings or as needed.
Fill out the Application below and email to LJTownCouncil@gmail.com
Soprano Melody Moore from the San Diego Opera is going to perform at the next La Jolla Town Council meeting on this Thursday, June 8th! She has enjoyed a thriving career on the world’s leading stages, prompting Opera News to label her “a revelation.”
Melody enjoyed a triumphant return to LA Opera during the 2021-2022 season.
The season also saw the release of Moore’s interpretation of the title role in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly and the recording of a critically acclaimed concert of Puccini’s Tosca, captured live in Berlin, Germany.
Look out for her upcoming album in dedication to Italian soprano Renata Tebaldi this August!
A Masters of Music graduate of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Melody Moore is a former Adler Fellow of San Francisco Opera and an alumni of the prestigious Merola program.
Sloane Viora will be your next soloist for La Jolla City Councel. She is 9 Years old and played Lulu on the National Tour of Waitress and goes to Sunset View Elementary.
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Streets and Sidewalks
Jerri Hunt, President
Jerri Hunt, Elected Town Council President:
I am honored that you have put your faith in me to support our endeavors in moving forward as LJTC President. I am excited as this council is an integral part of our beautiful community. This council provides a critical voice for La Jolla which is vital for the health and stability of our town. We have the opportunity to make a real contribution, support significant projects and create an open platform for sharing and providing information going forward. My mission as president is purely to help us do the right thing, at the right time and for the right reasons with integrity and transparency. Our trustees are a committed and talented group of community leaders and exceptional members of this organization and I couldn’t be more grateful.
We will have many challenges. How can we increase our voice and influence? How do we help working towards becoming an independent city? Our beautiful cove is littered with street vendors, it has gone from a breathtaking pristine natural wonder into a flea market. How do we stop this South American theft ring that is invading our homes and stripping our sense of security? The seals and bacteria in the cove continue to divide us. Now the seals are making national headlines for chasing tourists. How do we best protect our children when attending school? Why do we pay such high taxes yet basic infrastructure of our roads are ignored. Our roadsides have litter everywhere and are in disrepair. We all have to drive over dangerous potholes that have been repaired with temporary crumbling patches. What is happening to our neighborhoods with short term vacation rentals? In my opinion many are ruining our neighborhoods. Investors are buying up real estate and letting a constant revolving door of strangers party into the night next door to quiet tax paying residents that have to go to work the next morning. What is the answer to the increase in families that are homeless driven by the lack of affordable housing.
To address these pressing issues, I want us to strive to always have both sides represented in our efforts to advocate for our community. Healthy professional debate in compliance with procedures will be encouraged. We will not always agree on all issues but if we are all free to contribute, share our knowledge, collaborate with passion, come together as a community and have a strong sense of direction, we will make a difference. I couldn’t be more proud of all of you, both in our neighbors that attend these meetings and our trustees that give of themselves and volunteer their time. This council alone cannot solve our issues. All of us that live here have a responsibility to help take care of La Jolla.
My vision is for us to unite and become change agents for the betterment of this magnificent jewel we have the privilege to call home. We will listen to the concerns of our community, strive for excellence, lead with respect, and with everyone's willingness to help, meet our challenges head on. We are all here only because we care and love La Jolla. Let’s work together to take care of this sparkling jewel by the sea.
La Jolla Town Council's Current Focus on Community Issues