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(Third Term expires 2022*)
*Eligible for 2 additional years to 2024


Bob has 10+ years residence in Point Loma and homeowner for 6+ years. Bob is a licensed architect with over 15 years of professional experience. In posts with EHDD in San Francisco, Karlsberger Companies in New York, and Steinberg Hart in San Diego, Bob has served as project designer, project manager, project architect, and as a leader in sustainability standards and practices for a wide range and scale of projects. Bob’s public works projects include the national award-winning Human Resources Service Center at MCAS Miramar, County of San Diego Registrar of Voters building, and design of the Naval Base Coronado Coastal Campus for the Navy SEALS.

Bob is the author of Binding Light & Shadow to Architecture, a LEED-accredited professional with specialty in Building Design + Construction, a WELL Building Standard accredited professional, and is actively engaged in community planning and community service. Bob serves as the Chair of the AIA San Diego Urban Design Committee, member of the County of San Diego Land Development Technical Working Group, and a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters - San Diego.

Contact: pcpbsd@gmail.com

1st Vice Chairman

(First term expires 2021)


Scott Deschenes is a 20 year member of our law enforcement community. Scott, his wife, and their four children moved to the Point Loma Area in 2010. His children attend Point Loma public schools. Scott is the Vice President External for the PLHS Pointer Association. He is also the President of a charity benefiting his fellow officers and non-uniformed employees. Scott is very eager to help this community which he loves. He feels he brings a fresh outlook to the PCPB by not having a career or contacts in the development community giving him an unclouded view of future land development proposals.

Contact: deschenessix@live.com



2nd Vice Chairman
(Second term expires 2022)

3rd generation Point Loma resident. Residential real estate agent for 29 years.
Married with one daughter. Enjoys travel, cooking, biking and water activities.

Contact: bradherrin@cox.net 619-218-3529



(First term expires 2022)


  • University of Oregon Dental School graduate.
  • Practiced Dental Hygiene 38 years.
  • Raised daughter in Point Loma who graduated SDSU.
  • Past PTA President, Treasurer, and Halloween Carnival Chair.
  • Roseville Resident since 1986.
  • Member of the LRP Committee since 2017.
  • Attend PCPB Meetings (since 2014), Project Review, CPC, PLCRC.
  • Achieved 6 ADA “touch” cross walk sensors in the Canon / Talbot / Shelter Island area.
  • Advocate for Cabrillo mini parks. Achieved walkway repairs.
  • Advocate for the 30’ height limit, code compliance, and enforcement of parking requirements.
  • Frustrated with Process 1 Ministerial approval and the 50% rule.



(First term expires 2021)

Sarah Moga Alemany lives in Sunset Cliffs with her husband and two young sons. She received her B.A. from the University of San Diego in 2004 and her M.A. from The University of Chicago in 2005. Before returning to San Diego in 2014, she worked as a News Producer for over a decade in Chicago and New York City. Sarah produced news shows for FOX News, CBS National News and Anderson Cooper. Now she is a Public Relations Consultant and also produces documentaries (the most recent being "Angst," a film about teenage anxiety that features Michael Phelps). As a mother of young children in the area, Sarah is most concerned with keeping Point Loma safe and family-friendly. She is excited to be the chair of the Liberty Station sub-committee, where she spends a great deal of time with her children.

Sarah is also involved with the University of San Diego Alumni Association and is fluent in Spanish.

Contact: sarahlmoga@gmail.com


(Second Term expires 2020)

A lifelong San Diegan, Peninsula resident and Point Loma High School graduate, David Dick is a graduate of Stanford University (Political Science; Economics) and the University of Southern California Law School. He has over 30 years of experience practicing commercial transactional real estate law in San Diego. His primary areas of expertise include purchase and sale, leasing, complex financing transactions and partnerships. He is a Loma Portal resident, married to MaryAlice Godfrey and the father of four children, two of whom are college graduates, one a college student and one in high school. His past service to San Diego included two 4-year terms on the San Diego Housing Commission. His personal interests include travel with family, gardening, politics, running and swimming.

Contact: daviddick@cox.net


(Second term expires 2020)

Jim is a San Diego native, an SDSU graduate, and a 25-year Point Loma resident. He retired in 2007 as Assistant Planning Director of the city of Chula Vista, completing a 35-year career in city planning. He had previously held planning management positions with the city of San Diego, the Rancho Santa Fe Association and the city of San Clemente. He was a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners [1991-2008]. In 1994 he co-authored Code Enforcement, a Comprehensive Approach, a valued reference book for zoning and building officials. Since retirement, he has been a project consultant to the cities of San Clemente, Napa, and Newport Beach. Jim is a past president of the Cabrillo National Monument Foundation. He is an avid sports fan and enjoys foreign and domestic travel.

Contact: jharebiz@cox.net

(First partial term expires 2021)

Mandy Havlik is a proud military spouse and mother of two young children who attend Ocean Beach Elementary School. She has been volunteering as the Ocean Beach Elementary Garden Coordinator for the last three years where she worked with parent volunteers and school staff to teach children about gardening and help them grow organic produce that is sampled by the school children in the classroom and in the school cafeteria.

She is a concerned parent and is passionate about ensuring that our streets and neighborhoods are family friendly and safe for children throughout the peninsula. She is currently working for additional traffic and pedestrian safety mitigations around Ocean Beach Elementary School.

She is excited for the opportunity of working with the local community and to continue to make the Peninsula a wonderful place to live and raise children.

Contact: havlikmandy@gmail.com

(First Term expires in 2020)


Fred raised his two boys in Point Loma. He is an attorney and a small business owner of Wilson Turner Kosmo LLP, a law firm with 30 attorneys. Fred has served the community in many leadership positions, such as the Chair of the Federal Magistrate Judge Selection Committee for the Southern District of California. He also served as a Commissioner on the 2010 San Diego Redistricting Commission. Thereafter, Mayor Faulconer appointed him as a Commissioner on the Independent Rate Oversight Commission (“IROC”). He graduated from UCSB with a B.A. in Business Economics, and then graduated from the University of Southern California School of Law, with Honors, Order of the Coif.

Contact: fkosmo@wilsonturnerkosmo.com


(Third Term expires 2021)

Mark Krencik has over 25 years of architectural practice and land use planning experience in the San Diego area. His interests include smart growth, sustainable practices, pedestrian/bicycle access, housing and open space.
Mark Krencik was educated at Iowa State University and maintains an active architect registration in the State of California.

He is currently serving on the Project Review subcommittee.

Contact: mkrenick@mkaarchitect.com


(First partial term expires 2020)

Lucky has been a resident of San Diego for 46 years and resident of Point Loma for two years. He raised two sons in San Diego. He is a Vietnam Combat veteran. He served as a Psychiatric Nurse at the VA San Diego, retiring in 2004. Since his retirement, he has continued in public and community service in a variety of roles:

  • Served 6 years on the North Park Planning Committee
  • Participated in every aspect of updating the North Park Community Plan
  • Participated in the North Park Planning Committee Bylaws subcommittee; Public Facilities subcommittee; and Urban Design committee
  • Served as North Park Planning Committee election chair
  • Served for 3 years on the North Park Maintenance Assessment District Board including one year as the Chair
  • Served 3 years on the North Park Redevelopment Agency
  • Along with other concerned residents, established the North Park Citizens Patrol and served as President
  • Played a key role in the formation of South Park/North Park (SoNo) Alliance.  This 501c3 organization was founded to safeguard the interest and rights of community residents in North Park and South Park
  • Participated in Save Famosa Canyon effort
  • Elected to Peninsula Community Planning Board March 2019

Lucky looks forward to serving the Point Loma Community.

Contact: morrison_lucky@yahoo.com


(First term expires 2022)

Eva lives with her husband and two young daughters in the Roseville neighborhood of Point Loma and works as a Physician Assistant in Maternal Fetal Medicine.

She feels strongly about giving a voice to local residents, families, and small business owners to shape an inclusive, walkable, safe community that is in keeping with the unique character of the peninsula. Additionally, Eva believes the concerns of our local community, and environmental considerations are paramount to the interests of corporate developers.

In her free time she enjoys: being outdoors with her family (hiking, kayaking, gardening), running, yoga, and cooking

Contact: evaschmitt@gmail.com

(Second term expires 2020)
  • 52-year resident of Point Loma
  • Studied business and journalism at University of Missouri and San Jose State University
  • Completed educational requirements for Chartered Financial Analyst program
  • Two daughters are graduates of Point Loma High and the UC system
  • Late wife was a graduate of Point Loma Nazarene University
  • Career journalist; 44 years with the same local publication

Hobbies: Antique furniture, kayaking, fantasy baseball, dining on the peninsula.

Favorite walks: Bayside trail at Cabrillo National Monument, Sunset Cliffs Natural Park, Shelter Island, Famosa Slough, La Playa Trail.

Volunteer efforts: Co-leader in building pocket park on Avenida de Portugal; leading effort to enhance Voltaire Street bridge with dramatic railing, lamp posts; help small businesses on Peninsula get running.

Contact: donsevrens@rocketmail.com 619 241-0369

(First term expires 2021)

Second generation PL Guy, I had the opportunity to grow up around community service. My mother, Ann Tripp Jackson, was Chair of the PCPB when she passed away and previous Chair of PLA. Saving Dana Middle School , from private development, was her last fight. At the age of 19, I followed serving on the PCPB. PLA Board in 1995 and Chair from 2013-2016. In addition , the Peninsula YMCA Board, PL Rotary, SDPD Advisory Board and San Diego Hospice.
My goal is to listen to the community and find common ground with the issues we face. Utilize the long term relationships with our fellow Community Groups and City Representatives. I'll be sure our community will be heard and progress made.

Contact: rtrippj@aol.com


(Second term expires 2022)

Bio and photo to follow.

Contact: mvirissimo01@gmail.com

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