Residents of a new housing development under construction in National City shouldn’t have a hard time getting around without a car. Paradise Creek is close to transit options, and it’s in a dense, walkable neighborhood. The development shouldn’t need a lot of parking – but it’s getting plenty of it anyway, much to the frustration […]
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Getting excited for the MLB All-Star Game in San Diego? The state Legislature is! This week, the Senate Governmental Organization Committee approved AB 866, a bill to ease certain alcohol restrictions for Petco Park and the future L.A. Rams stadium. The San Diego Padres sponsored the bill. California doesn’t allow breweries or wineries to buy […]
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Agencies want drought restrictions eased up – and a change in who enforces them, refugees still need medical translation help, more debate over the density bonus law and more in our weekly roundup of news from the Capitol.
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It’s a rare problem in Sacramento – or anywhere – when legislators agree too much on an issue. But that’s what’s happening, in a way, when it comes to the long list of bills being offered in the Legislature this session that address human trafficking, including measures from several members of the San Diego delegation. […]
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