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Council Member Barbara Denny was elected to the Coronado City Council in May 2009 to fill a council vacancy and was elected for a full term in 2010.
Aided by former State Senator Dede Alpert, as a private citizen I helped save the San Diego Bay commuter ferry service from defunding by regional officials. I also served on the executive board of the Coronado Transportation Management Association where I worked to increase transit service for all of Coronado, including our elderly and disabled residents.
I am an attorney in private practice. My focus is land use and water law. I have previous experience as the Land Use Intern for the San Diego City Councilman representing San Diego District 1 (La Jolla, University City, Carmel Valley and more), and a Child Support Enforcement Attorney in the San Diego District Attorney's Office. I also worked on staff in the San Diego office of United States Senator Dianne Feinstein, where I proudly served our military veterans and other constituents at the national level.
Prior to moving to Coronado, I worked on the east coast in private practice as a litigator defending corporations, hospitals and doctors in court.
BA Business & History Majors, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, 1985
JD Seton Hall University Law School, 1988
LLM Environmental Law/Land Use & Water Law, University of San Diego Law School, 2002
Coronado Audit Committee - Member
Coronado Board of Appeals - Board Member
Coronado Improvement Corporation - Board Member
Coronado Tunnel Commission - Council Rep (alternate)
Library Operations Review Committee - Alternate Member
Metropolitan Transit System Executive Committee - Alternate Member
SANDAG Shoreline Erosion Conservation Working Group - Alternate Member
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