Peter Loeb has lived in the same house in the west Rockaway Beach neighborhood of Pacifica since 1975. He has been involved in the community ever since. He served 2 terms on the Pacifica City Council from 1982-1990, including 2 terms as mayor. He was one of the creators of the Fog Fest and was President of the FFOG board of directors for several years. He has been involved in many local political campaigns and many community groups, including Friends of Pacifica, Community Organization of Watchdogs, Pacificans for Sustainable Development, Pacificans for Highway 1 Alternatives, Pacificans for a Scenic Coast, Pacifica Housing 4 All, and Pacifica Progressive Alliance. He is past president and current member of the board of directors of the Sanchez Art Center. He is a major donor to the Pacifica Resource Center, Pacificans Care, and Sanchez Art Center. Before moving to the Bay Area, he was Assistant Professor of Social Work at the Saint Louis University School of Social Service. In the Bay Area, he was Research Associate and Project Director for research projects at University of California San Francisco. In 1985, he formed a consulting practice, Allen/Loeb Associates, with business partner Tim Allen. Allen/Loeb conducted research and provided evaluation, program development, and training in mental health, substance abuse, homeless, and HIV prevention services for San Mateo County, Monterey County, Contra Costa County, Mendocino County, University of California San Francisco Alliance Health Project and UCSF Trauma Recovery Center. He was research and training consultant for the National Institute on Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network, Johns Hopkins University and Virginia Commonwealth University, co-investigator for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and principal investigator for Small Business Innovation Research grants to Allen/Loeb Associates in several topic areas, most recently in HIV prevention. He retired from Allen/Loeb Associates in 2020. He is also a musician, playing sax and keyboard in his Wall Of Blues band for the past 18 years, which has performed at the Half Moon Bay Brewing Company, the Mildred Owen concert hall for Pacifica Performances, the Fog Fest, the Pumpkin Festival, Rock The Block, Cameron’s Pub, Mac Dutra Park, and American Legion Post 474. He also has recently played in other bands including the Whiskey Hill Billies, Midnight In Laredo, ZAP The Show, and has been a regular participant in Stan Erhart’s Coastside Jam at American Legion Post 474.