In The News

December 12, 2012

Marcela Escobar-Eck named one of the “50 People to Watch 2013”

Original article appears on San Diego Magazine

The NIMBY movement has set up shop in Carmel Valley, as residents are ready for a fight in 2013 over the Kilroy Realty Corporation’s One Paseo project involving housing and density and a whole lotta retail. They’re going to need a lot of help, because the One Paseo project has hired Escobar-Eck to be its community and government relations consultant.

Read More

February 2, 2007

Kathi Riser to Present at New Partners for Smart Growth Conference.

Original article appears on The Free Library

McMillin's Vice President of Land Development Will Share Knowledge of Base Reuse

Read More

January 23, 2007

City Approves Building Despite FAA Warnings [AUDIO]

Original article appears on KPBS

If you live near Montgomery Field, you know that there’s a tall building going up right off of the 163. It’s a 180-feet-tall. And that is a fact the Federal Aviation Administration is not happy about. The FAA considers the tall building a flight hazard. And it has told the developer that it can build no higher than 160 feet. Caltrans has also criticized the building, and has asked the city to strictly enforce the 160-foot limit.

Read More

October 1, 2006

Mayor Announces Escobar-Eck as City’s New Director of Development Services

Mayor Jerry Sanders today announced that Marcela Escobar-Eck has been a ppointed director of the City’s Development Services Department. In this role she will oversee all operations of a complex, regulatory department with a $61.5 million budget and 576 employees. She will begin work on Oct. 4.

Download the PDF