THE ISSUES

North Bluff Development

I share the concerns of many residents about the proposed rezoning of the 16 acre North Bluff site from low-density residential to high density in order to proceed with an enormous resort complex of 250 rooms, a conference center, restaurants, and more.

City Hall

I want to end the Del Mar’s habit of spending your taxpayer money without your approval. Did the City Council waste your money on a vanity project (the new City Hall project) instead of using it to improve property values?

Measure R

Measure R wipes over $100 million of assessed value off the City’s tax rolls, exposes City taxpayers to hundreds of millions more in damage claims, and restricts the ability of businesses and homeowners to rebuild if existing structures.

City Hall

I want to end the Del Mar’s habit of spending your taxpayer money without your approval. Did the City Council waste your money on a vanity project (the new City Hall project) instead of using it to improve property values?

Utility Undergrounding

Expedite the undergrounding of our overhead electrical grid [current language]!  In the last two years the city has collected over $2 million in taxpayer dollars, if I am elected I will waste no time in starting this project!” 

Del Mar Cliffside & Railway

I will work to gain better and safe access to our beaches

Additional Issues


Improving the safety of our neighborhoods from fire and theft.


Improving drainage throughout Del Mar to reduce the destabilization of our bluffs and limit the breeding of mosquitos that have made this the worst summer infestation that I’ve experienced in my lifetime.


Mobilizing SANDAG to follow through on moving the train from our fragile bluffs which are increasingly destabilized as evident by the recent 50-foot bluff failure by 11th Street.


Replenishing the sand to save our beaches and help protect the 600 residences and businesses worth $1.5 billion in the low-lying North Beach neighborhood.


Supporting the vitality of our village’s retail shops and restaurants.


Resolving issues through compromise and negotiation instead of wasteful and expensive litigation that has totaled over $1.2 million, a new city record.