5 Tips for Effective Crisis Communications
By Tony Manolatos & Bob Nelson
A crisis can surface at any time, and lately we've been reminded of how quickly problems can snowball and turn into PR disasters because of self-inflicted wounds.
We've seen a string of bad news from brands like Pepsi and United, and the White House is frequently in crisis mode. The running drama reminded us how challenging crisis communications is, so we're sharing five tips to help you when a crisis strikes.
Measure A was a half-cent sales tax hike to bankroll transportation, infrastructure and environmental projects
Tiyana Burke, 30, and her two children, Xavier, 13 and Jazmin, 9, are one of those families who moved into the first phase of the project earlier this year.
Groundbreaking for phase II was celebrated earlier this month, and those 92 units are expected to be complete by fall of 2018.
SDCTA working group developed six recommendations to prevent errors in revenue forecasting and cost estimates
SAN DIEGO (April 25, 2017) -- The San Diego County Taxpayers Association recently formed a working group to evaluate errors made by SANDAG in its revenue forecasting and cost estimation models as well as the process by which those errors were released to voters last year. Based on the working group’s findings, SDCTA developed six recommendations to prevent SANDAG’s errors from recurring, promote public participation, and enhance understanding of complex projects and proposals among SANDAG’s member agencies and the public.
San Diego nonprofit to host awards show in honor of local luminary Malin Burnham
SAN DIEGO (APRIL 4, 2017) — For nearly 90 years, Malin Burnham has represented the best of serving San Diego. To honor this legacy and his support of low-income youth, Reality Changers has created The Malin Burnham Awards to recognize those who have had the greatest impact on our region.
The first phase of Paradise Creek, a 201-unit affordable housing complex, opened in National City this week.
By Mark Armao, Daily Transcript
The first phase of a 201-unit affordable housing complex opened in National City on Tuesday.
Developed by local nonprofit affordable housing developer Community HousingWorks, in partnership with Related California, Paradise Creek represents a long-awaited project, intended to add low-income housing to National City's westside while cleaning up the contaminated soil left over from years of light industrial uses at the site.
Public-private partnership brings one of the largest increases in economic and residential development to National City and serves as a catalyst for neighborhood transformation
National City, Calif. - (April 18, 2017): Elected officials, community groups and businesses joined together today to commemorate the opening of the first phase of Paradise Creek, a two-phased affordable, LEED Gold-certified, transit-oriented community featuring 201 affordable apartments located on six acres on the westside of National City. The more-than decade long endeavor is one of the largest and most significant developments in National City and a major catalyst for neighborhood transformation and revitalization.
“This is a major investment in National City, and we expect that it will be a place where people can grow and thrive as they continue to build pathways to self-sufficiency,” said Ron Morrison, Mayor of National City.
Property owners, managers, and other industry professionals turn out for panels, educational classes, and guest speakers.
SAN DIEGO – April 17, 2017 --- The San Diego County Apartment Association’s (SDCAA) 43rd Annual Educational Conference and EXPO, held Thursday, April 13, at the San Diego Convention Center, drew 2,000 attendees.
EXPO-goers had a chance to visit with approximately 180 exhibitors and industry experts who were present to share their wealth of knowledge on a variety of topics from fair housing laws to creating energy efficient buildings.
“Every year we strive to make the expo more interesting and more educational than the last,” said SDCAA’s Executive Director Alan Pentico, “A large part of that is staying up to date with market trends and making sure we bring in exhibitors and speakers that will appeal to everyone, from first-time owners to owners with a dozen properties.”
Would San Diego do the same? MNM's Tony Manolatos tells KUSI News he doesn't think so.