Why lawmakers are modeling the latest in bag fashions, Lorena Gonzalez’s good week and what’s behind Republicans’ road rage.
Including where it literally stands in relation to the various expansion options, in handy map form.
Alcohol retailers don’t deny they have problems. But cities keep falling for their promises to self-regulate. Take a page from El Cajon’s book: Roll out the tough booze restrictions and watch the problems melt away.
You’d think two agencies working toward the same basic mission – to deliver water – would get along. That isn’t the case between Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the San Diego County Water Authority.
In 2014, teachers and parents complained about a charter school principal who micromanaged classrooms, bullied staff and chased away teachers. The district brought in a parent to help quell the chaos. Fast-forward a year, and the same complaints are swirling – only now they’re about the person brought in to fix the problem.
Direct service from the trolley to San Diego International Airport is finally on the cusp of reality. Give or take 400 feet and a highway crossing.
Spoiler alert: It’s got nothing to do with attendance. It does have to do with us.
It’s true that a large enough solar panel system will produce as much or even more power than you need, and can offset your SDG&E bills. But you’ll need more than just solar panels to actually cut the cord. “The price of independence is very high,” says one solar company leader.
“Any chucklehead can do this,” insists Mark West, an Imperial Beach resident whose system recycles laundry water and pumps it into landscaping. Here’s your guide to what hoops you might need to jump through to install a similar water reuse system in your own abode.
Comic-Con and the Convention Center Corp. both say some hoteliers’ unwillingness to sign off on discounted hotel blocks for attendees is what’s keeping the massive convention from committing to San Diego.