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Bravo Board Members
L. Sue Loftin, Esq. has been involved with BRAVO since its inception acting as counsel for the organization.She owns The Loftin Firm which has been serving the residents and businesses of San Diego County and the State of California since 1980 in the areas of real estate and corporate law, including nonprofit corporations. Ms. Loftin has served on many non-profit boards throughout the years, including the California Ballet Board of Directors, serving two years as President of the Board, San Diego Environmental Foundation as secretary of the Board since its inception, Girls Club of East County Board and as its President prior to incorporation with the Boys Club, Editor for the Real Property Journal of the State Bar Association, Arbitrator for the San Diego County Bar Association Fee Dispute Panel and Rotary serving on the Board and President Elect for 2005/2006.
San Diego Environmental Foundation - SDECOCenter.org
L. Sue Loftin, SecretarySue Loftin is a practicing attorney specializing in real estate, finance, and corporate law, including non-profit associations, since 1980.Ms. Loftin's
commitment to affordable housing and her
community has been recognized by the State of California, County of San Diego, and numerous honors and awards from performing arts, women's and educational groups.
SDEF4a - Board members
L. Sue Loftin, Secretary.Sue Loftin is a practicing attorney specializing in real estate, finance, and corporate law, including non-profit associations, since 1980.Ms. Loftin's commitment to affordable housing and her community has been recognized by the State of California, County of San Diego, and numerous honors and awards from performing arts, women's and educational groups.
Pacific Palisades ~ Palisadian-Post
Attorney L. Sue Loftin, representing the Tahitian Terrace Residents Association, filed the motion on October 30 to prevent the conversion, arguing that residents want to maintain the park's present character.
News & Culture in The North Bay | Sonoma mobile home park | Prop. 98
L. Sue Loftin is a San Diego County-based attorney for Preston Cook, the owner of Rancho de Sonoma mobile-home park.
This claim appears to be the first step in a process that could lead to a lawsuit demanding big bucks from Sonoma, if, Loftin
says, "we can't resolve the issues with the city."
says that Cook's conversion plans include $2 million in park renovations, affordable loans to low-income residents choosing to purchase and continued rent control for those who choose not to buy until such time as they either die or move away.