Lorie Zapf sure has given lots of signals that she isn’t a big fan of being a city councilwoman.
Zapf has made it through two hard-fought elections, first for an open seat in 2010 and then for another technically open seat four years later. The city’s district lines changed around her home so she went from representing District 6, the neighborhoods surrounding Clairemont, to District 2, San Diego’s beach and bay communities.
Scott Lewis and Andy Keatts had Zapf on our podcast a few weeks ago, and she joked that she laments to her District 6 successor Chris Cate about how things are different in her new neighborhoods.
“Sometimes I long for the peace and quiet of District 6,” Zapf said.