Facilities like Serena Senior Care in Rosarito, where about 75 percent of clients are American, are at the forefront of what could become a growing trend in Southern California senior care.
The California Public Records Act, or CPRA, is a crucial reporting tool for reporters trying to hold government agencies and officials accountable. But sometimes, the only way to enforce it is with a lawyer. VOSD’s Andrew Keatts detailed his 78-day push to obtain internal communications from the San Diego Association of Governments. He had proven that SANDAG was […]
President Donald Trump hasn’t yet made good on his promise to slash corporate taxes – but his plan is already causing real problems for low-income housing projects across the state, including at least one in San Diego.
Though recreational marijuana use is now legal statewide, no place in the county is considering allowing the activities involved in creating and distributing it.
On Tuesday, San Diego City Council will hear a series of proposed regulations about medical and recreational marijuana. I’ve been trying to unpack those regulations. My latest attempt delves into the debate over delivery services – that is, when cannabis products are brought straight to your front door. Delivery services have been operating in this […]
Dozens of marijuana delivery services operate with hardly any regulation. City Council members may shut that down Tuesday when they evaluate a set of proposals on medical and recreational marijuana regulation.
Some of the proposals the City Council is considering to regulate marijuana are noncontroversial. But two of them — one that would deal with marijuana delivery services and another that could ban activities like growing, manufacturing and testing — have become a bit more contentious.
Ridership for MTS Access, which provides service for seniors and the disabled, has risen sharply over the last three years. The rising use and cost of the service reveal some of the larger challenges facing San Diego as it figures out how its growing senior population will get around.
Maybe 2017 will be the year San Diego finally steps up to deal with homelessness. At least that’s what Mayor Kevin Faulconer is saying – and what advocates hope for – writes VOSD contributor Kelly Davis. Homelessness “is one of the biggest issues we’re going to be tackling in the coming year,” Faulconer told Davis. […]
In a Q-and-A, County Supervisor Kristin Gaspar talks about the election, her transition into the job and how she hopes to accomplish what she promised during her campaign in the next four years. She said she’ll focus “more on county operations” than her predecessor and suggests that might mean attending fewer community events.