Potential Otay Mesa Maintenance Assessment District (MAD)

If you aren’t familiar with this funding mechanism, MADs are a stable funding source for organizations of property owners working to improve their district. There are currently over 60 MADs in the City of San Diego, in which owners within the district work together to make significant improvements, attract and retain tenants and businesses, develop the area and provide needed services above and beyond the levels the City currently provides.

Below, you will find a map of the proposed boundaries of the Otay Mesa MAD.

If you are a property owner within the proposed boundaries, please take a moment to complete this survey. –SURVEY LINK–  Your input is what will make the Otay Mesa MAD formation a possibility. If we determine that there is enough support to move forward to the MAD formation phase, your answers to these questions will help us develop an initial service plan and cost estimates for those services.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Executive Director, Alejandra Mier y Teran at (619) 661-6111 ext 7, or via email at [email protected] and take a look at our FAQ document.

 

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Fines, Penalties & Forfeitures – Presented by U.S. Customs & Border Protection

Learn about the CBP Fines, Penalties & Forfeitures program and how to interact with CBP FP&F Office when resolving trade compliance violations.

TOPICS:

  • Liquidated Damage Claims
  • Seizures
  • Penalty Notices
  • Petitioning
  • Mitigation
  • Prior Disclosures

Presented by:

Marcia Gomez | FP&F Officer, Customs & Border Protection

Moderated by:

Steve Zisser, Esq. | ZISSER Customs Law Group

PRICE: Complimentary

Once you check out, a presentation will be emailed

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Thank you, Councilmember David Alvarez for supporting our webinar program!