The Del Rey Homeowners and Neighbors Association will hold its spring general meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 28th, in the multipurpose room of the Marina del Rey Middle School, 12500 Braddock Drive, Del Rey.

The meeting will address the pros and cons of significant development planned by the neighboring communities of Culver City and Marina del Rey, in a panel discussion entitled “Del Rey Getting Squeezed”.

Scheduled speakers include panel moderator Grieg Asher, chief planning deputy for Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl; Scott Malsin, Culver City Council member and vice chair of Culver City’s Redevelopment Agency; Todd Tipton, interim community development director for Culver City and interim assistant executive director for the City’s Redevelopment Agency.

Other scheduled speakers are Stan Wisniewski, director of the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors; Mike Bohlke, assistant chief deputy for Los Angeles County Supervisor Yvonne Braithwaite Burke; and Steve Napolitano, field deputy for Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe.

“The projects under way and under consideration in Culver City and the Marina area will have very real benefits and drawbacks for all who live in Del Rey,” Del Rey Homeowners and Neighbors Association president Chris Nevil said.

“This is an opportunity for residents of Del Rey and our neighboring communities to learn more about what’s in the works, and to share their concerns with an impressive array of government representatives from all of the jurisdictions involved.”

The March 28th meeting will also include an election of officers for the association. The public is invited. There is no charge to attend.

Information, www.delreyhome .org/