A Voice for La Jolla, Supporting Community and Creating Opportunities
The La Jolla Town Council (LJTC) is in the process of honoring 8 Hometown Heroes. We have assembled a group of community leaders to review all the nominees, and they will also be selecting the heroes. We have an absolutely amazing list of worthy candidates who have gone above and beyond for our community through these very tough times. LJTC wants to thank everyone for their nominees as they are all truly extraordinary.
Recipients will be publicly recognized by LJTC at a business casual recognition celebration on November 10th at the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club/Walnut Room. This beautiful, exclusive venue can only serve 70 people, so it is imperative that you purchase your tickets now. A beautiful sit-down lunch will be served and all Heroes will be honored with recognition from LJTC. It’s going to be an outstanding, uplifting and fun event that will be remembered by all. Tickets are $50.00 per person. A table sits 8, and we will start the event at 11:30, with its conclusion at 1:30. Come join us!!
Celebrate Your Hometown Heroes!
James Rudolph, President
LJTC acts in many ways as a town hall where all can gather and air their questions and concerns. For example, LJTC has hosted events on short-term vacation rentals, sea lions at The Cove, homelessness and traffic. And for businesses, LJTC promotes a healthy and ever-expanding business environment.
As LJTC continues its metamorphosis from an entirely in-person, paper-driven entity into something more modern, I’d like to create a robust social media presence. We have a website and a Facebook account, of course, but my goal is to increase outreach through Instagram and Nextdoor as well.
LJTC, as a nonpartisan entity, has a chance to be the place where all can come and discuss any relevant political topic without fear of being shouted down or sidelined. I’d like to increase LJTC’s outreach and effectiveness vis-à-vis local officials.
La Jolla is a treasure. We’re fortunate to live and work here. But like anything of value, it needs constant upkeep and attention. LJTC has for decades been a central part of what makes La Jolla unique.
La Jolla Town Council's Current Focus on Community Issues