Also on the podcast, the Chargers’ owner takes “tough” questions and new city attorney candidate Bryan Pease joined the show to, in part, explain how he’d be like former city attorney Mike Aguirre.
At Tuesday’s board meeting, the four remaining trustees will decide how to fill the seat. The district has to appoint someone within 30 days. If it doesn’t, it must hold a special election.
Here are a few things the unsealed search warrant finally answered about the saga surrounding the former school board trustee, and questions that remain.
San Diego will face another year of intense weather again in the future, and we cannot afford, financially or morally, to make repairs after the fact.
Sen. Marty Block took the lead in a hearing this week to delve into the possibility of doing away with tuition at California’s community colleges. “As a marketing tool, free can’t be beat,” said Block, pointing out that while the California system is one of the most affordable in the nation, many high school graduates […]
With a county supervisor forced to avoid a vote and an ominous Supreme Court ruling threatening the Valley Center project, developers turn to voters.
Newly unsealed documents show that San Diego Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten knew that then-trustee Marne Foster planned to submit a $250,000 legal claim against the district.
On this week’s San Diego Explained, VOSD’s Mario Koran and NBC 7 San Diego’s Monica Dean detail the Memorial Prep revamp proposal, its cost and why some folks don’t support it.
Schools trustee Richard Barrera said he is confident Marne Foster’s resignation and guilty plea hasn’t tarnished the district’s image.
Providing more legal opinions to the public will increase transparency and accountability by giving San Diegans an understanding of the information city officials use to make their decisions.