The effort to create a comfortable, organized bus terminal amid the chaos at the U.S.-Mexico border is not going well. On top of unexpected expenses and the terminal’s shortcomings, MTS is locked in a bitter dispute with the owner of the property next to the terminal. A judge tentatively sided with the property owner last week.
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In just 11 short months, San Diego Democrats have muscled through a series of laws that could translate their voter registration advantage throughout the county into real political power.
The bill, inspired in part by VOSD’s investigation into SANDAG’s sales tax measures, shifts power at the agency toward San Diego and Chula Vista and away from smaller cities.
City Councilman Chris Cate came clean Tuesday, but could be facing bigger problems. He admitted he was the one who leaked a confidential memo from City Attorney Mara Elliott on the city’s legal position with SoccerCity – a plan to redevelop the area surrounding San Diego County Credit Union Stadium – to private developers behind […]
SANDAG leaders say they figured out how the agency can finish all the transportation projects it promised voters as part of a 2004 tax increase. They just need California legislators to raise the gas tax two more times.
A handful of powerful city leaders from both sides of the aisle met Friday morning, renewing negotiations for tax increases to expand the Convention Center and create new revenue sources to address the city’s homelessness and affordable housing crises.
City planners visited the Barrio Logan community planning group Wednesday as part of the latest attempt to separate homes from industrial businesses there. It didn’t go well.
It just got a lot easier to raise taxes in California. Now, if a group of citizens gather signatures to put a tax increase on the ballot for a specific purpose – something like building a football stadium, a convention center, or a bunch of low-income housing – it will only require approval of a […]
California’s deadliest hepatitis A outbreak in 20 years has claimed the lives of 11 people in San Diego. The virus disproportionately affects homeless people, because it spreads person-to-person and people living on the streets without easy access to basic amenities like restrooms struggle to maintain typical hygiene standards. Despite that, a public restroom in the […]
In recent weeks, a few new arguments have popped up from opponents of AB 805, a state measure written by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher that would overhaul the scandal-plagued San Diego Association of Governments.