Revitalization of communities in southeast San Diego will continue to give locals productive work, but the name of the non-profit organization will not be the same. A merger between SEDC and Civic San Diego the city council approved on Tuesday, March 5, guarantees the development project work done by SEDC in southeast San Diego in the 1970s does not now come to a hard end.
The city that took control over the old redevelopment work done by the SEDC and CCDC choose to integrate the southeastern development corporation into the new Civic San Diego to avoid a wind down on the southeastern work, and a dissolution of a southeastern corporation.
One public benefit corporation will cut back redundant efforts, making the organization's work streamlined, and cost effective. San Diegans can walk in the Civic San Diego doors to find the managers for projects in the southeast.
The boards of directors at both the SEDC, a subsidiary of Civic San Diego since June in 2012, an Civic San Diego approved the merger on January 30th this year. A merger had been planned since the southeastern corporation was taken up as a subsidiary.
Workers will roll up their sleeves and keep up the work n old redevelopment projects until Civic San Diego winds down the redevelopment work.
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