Rents are rising in Oceanside, and long-time renters are feeling the pinch. They’re happy to see their neighborhood improve, but can’t help wondering for whom it’s improving.
The Greater North Park Community Plan on the books today doesn’t contemplate the existence of microbreweries or its artisan brethren, like bakeries, coffee roasters and candy makers. So unless a proposed zoning change is included in the update, the plan could effectively ban future microbreweries in the neighborhood.
A new bill being pushed by virtually every state lawmaker in the San Diego delegation would give the Sycuan tribe unique status and allow it to skip some of the steps it would normally take to buy water from San Diego-area water agencies.
David Alvarez calls it the Catch-22 of San Diego development: You’ve got developers desperate to build in areas that don’t want it, and areas desperate for development that developers won’t touch. Alvarez and Councilwomen Myrtle Cole and Marti Emerald have a fix in mind.
The city’s move to reduce the number of lanes and add bike lanes to a half-mile section of Coast Highway has touched off a debate about the road’s rightful role in town.
In this week’s San Diego Explained, VOSD’s Maya Srikrishnan details the city of Encinitas’ pushback against a state law meant to produce more affordable housing.
New community plans are moving forward in two areas most likely to handle the type of growth needed to make the Climate Action Plan a success. But the city simply has no way of measuring whether those plans – for Uptown and North Park – will help it hit its goal.
SANDAG is making plans to ease technologies like autonomous vehicles onto the region’s roads in the coming decades. Transportation advocates say that puts San Diego ahead of the curve.
The 23-acre project in Carmel Valley may skip a legally required hearing after more than half of the citywide Planning Commission’s members determined they have a conflict of interest that prevents them from weighing in.
The Metropolitan Transit System is trying to build a new bus yard and it has nothing to do with attempts to build a downtown convadium. MTS has five large facilities where it stores and maintains buses around the county. Within the next 10 years, the agency will need a sixth facility. This is all unrelated […]