One growth forecast is at the heart of every major local planning, transportation, housing and infrastructure decisions: the SANDAG population projection, which is redone every few years. It’s the backbone of all controversial arguments about how much we should be building to support our burgeoning ranks. Our Andrew Keatts decided to check out how the […]
We’ve crunched the numbers so you don’t have to, and we now figure that the proposed stadium deal would cost taxpayers nearly $1 billion. That’s a lot of bucks for Bolts. “The analysis includes all the public money the task force said would need to go toward the stadium, plus the money to prepare the […]
Please join us next week for our monthly Member Coffee on Wednesday, May 27, from 9-10 a.m. at the Verne Goodwin Mira Mesa Senior Center. Space is limited, so please e-mail Christina Shih at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure a seat. Special guests joining us next week include District 6 Councilman Chris Cate and VOSD freelance reporter […]
After threats by the Chargers forced it to speed up its work, the mayor’s stadium task force is out with a plan for a new home for the Chargers that aims to make just about everyone pay big, from city and county taxpayers to fans, the NFL and the team itself. Here are the facts […]
Our fate in a forever-drought, solar woes for SDG&E, inside the Supervisor Dave Roberts imbroglio, two decades since the tank rampage, and roadrunners go on the lam. Beware of ACME contraptions!
County Supervisor Dianne Jacob has developed quite an enemies list during more than two decades in office. State Sen. Joel Anderson sees an opportunity there, and the Republican Party is backing his effort to oust one of their own.
Inside San Diego Unified’s fixes (and not-yet-fixes), cabbies oppose downtown shuttle, river water could start drying up, and S.D. dodges a poor statistic for once.
He’s head of a political influential local association of corner stores and grocery stores, but East County’s Mark Arabo is more than a lobbyist. The son of Christian immigrants from Baghdad, the 32-year-old Arabo is becoming a major voice on a variety of issues like the Iraqi “genocide” with listeners all the way to the […]
Supervisor Dave Roberts on the hook for settlements, Sherri Lightner goes light on revealing comments, L.A. Times can’t find a woman to interview, UCSD students go nude to pass class and sea lion pup bunks on a boat.
Behind the Civic San Diego brouhaha, figuring out U-T’s future, legislator makes new enemies, fire season gets a brief reprieve and recalling a bonebrained Rolling Stones move.