Bass appoints Disiere to Planning Commission
Disiere is a real estate broker focusing on commercial properties, and is an an “active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)” according to her profile on the North Coast Investors Group website:
Prior to joining NCIG, Ms. Disiere was founding broker of Willis & Disiere Realtors in Eureka, CA. Ms. Disiere has been a licensed real estate broker since 1983 and has earned the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation for expertise in commercial and investment real estate. She has served as the President of the Humboldt Association of Realtors, 1998, and Vice Chair of California State Association of Realtors Commercial Real Estate Committee.
Photos of her commercial properties are available in her portfolio.
Disiere opposed a 2003 proposed big box ordinance in Eureka, saying it would “kill development and jobs.”
According to the Journal, Disiere objected to the ordinance’s requirement that major retailers prepare an economic study. “The study would include a market analysis on the trade area of the proposed development, the present and future population of the area, buying power within the area, estimated wages, projected number of jobs, etc.,” according to the article.
Disiere is involved with big box champion Rob Arkley’s so-called HELP group on issues related to the Humboldt County General Plan Update.
She was an early backer of the Bass for Supervisor campaign, donating money in February of 2010.
Desiere supported the zoning change that would allow for Arkley’s drive-thru Starbucks.