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Mayor Todd Gloria declares Juneteenth in San Diego

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – As part of an effort to celebrate the diversity of San Diego’s residents, Mayor Todd Gloria was joined by Councilwomen Monica Montgomery Steppe and Marni von Wilpert, his Black Advisory Group, and members of the public to declare Juneteenth in the city Friday. “Juneteenth marks the...
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San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria Reflects on Pride With NBC 7's Priya Sridhar

San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria is the first openly gay person to be elected mayor of San Diego and says that this Pride Week is a chance for him to reflect on that milestone. "For me, it's really a humbling thing because I recognize that there are a lot of folks who sacrificed a lot to provide this opportunity for me," Mayor Gloria said. "I would say it’s a reflection of the decency of San Diegans. I’m a third-generation San Diegan, I’ve lived here my entire life, I believe deeply in how wonderful people we are as a city and the fact that they're willing to judge me on my merits and not my orientation it makes me proud to be a San Diegan."
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Mayor Todd Gloria Withholds Public Document From Reporters

The City of San Diego has finally released a memo written years ago by Todd Gloria that had already been public for years. In 2015, then city council member Todd Gloria urged then-mayor Kevin Faulconer to develop citywide use and privacy policies around surveillance. At the time, Gloria had been reacting to the news of San Diego’s usage of facial recognition technology and license plate readers. Gloria supported city workers who used the technology for public safety but worried about if the technology violated civil liberties and the liability that came with the technology. Gloria urged Kevin Faulconer to make the city a, “leader in transparency”

Mayor Todd Gloria makes appointments to LGBTQ Advisory Group

The group is comprised of 12 community members from a variety of backgrounds including business, non-profit, community activism, and more. Mayor Todd Gloria today announced the appointments to his first LGBTQ Advisory Group. While Gloria is not the first City of San Diego mayor to have an LGBTQ Advisory Board, he is the City's first openly-gay Mayor.
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Virtual Bike Month Kickoff Event To Feature Mayor Todd Gloria As Keynote Speaker

Active Life Public invited to participate in Bike Month raffle for dozens of prizes. To celebrate the start of Bike Month, the San Diego Bike Coalition will host a virtual event open to the public. Bike Month Kickoff, which will be held virtually over Facebook and YouTube Live, will walk people through the many events and bike-themed challenges hosted during the month of May.
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Mayor Todd Gloria Addresses SDPD in Aftermath of Chauvin Verdict

Mayor Explains Dispatch to SDPD Officers Following Derek Chauvin Murder Conviction. In the aftermath of the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria delivered a message to SDPD officers through their radios. "I wanted the officers to hear...
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Mayor Todd Gloria’s $4.6 Billion Budget

Loans to nonprofit and small businesses, building "sexy" streets, investing in the city's Climate Equity Fund and supporting the San Diego Convention Center are among the highlights of Mayor Todd Gloria's $4.6 billion proposed budget. Meanwhile, clinics in National City were packed with young people now eligible for a covid-19 vaccine. Plus, Pac-Arts has their spring showcase opening next week. We’ll have a preview.
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Mayor Todd Gloria to release ‘Back to Work SD’ budget

SAN DIEGO — Mayor Todd Gloria is expected to announce a budget on Thursday that looks to get San Diego back on track after the COVID-19 pandemic devastated city finances and the local economy. Gloria will roll out the proposed “Back to Work SD” budget in front of Super Cocina...

Mayor Todd Gloria marks first 100 days in office

With Saturday marking his 100th day in office, Mayor Todd Gloria and other community leaders held a media conference Thursday to reflect on the progress made so far. Mayor Gloria said he has taken critical steps to stabilize a city in the midst of a pandemic and tackled major issues left behind by the prior administration.