The Water Authority is developing a range of potential solutions to problems with water sitting in its pipelines – none of which include telling residents and businesses that they should use more water.
Thank you for your coverage of San Diego’s short-term vacation rental issues. Your articles have brought to light many important facts, and yes, I agree the policy-making process has been dysfunctional. I see that changing. Now, the mayor and the City Council agree there is a housing crisis. Low vacancy rates and the resulting higher […]
It was disturbing to come across one particular section of Randy Dotinga’s Morning Report on July 6, especially its incendiary headline (“Local Literary Agent Signs a Killer”), which sensationalizes and oversimplifies the story’s message. The writeup is also misleading, conveying the impression that the author Curtis Dawkins received a six-figure advance, without clarifying that he is […]
Does increased reliability come at a price? Of course, and San Diegans get that.
San Diego Unified’s layoffs, especially at unique magnet schools, are not the right solution to the district’s problems.
SANDAG needs voters’ trust in order to succeed. It lost that trust, and only sweeping changes can restore it.
Like the rest of us, the patrons of the Golden Door may have to learn some tolerance in their quest for nirvana.
On top of delivering a safe and reliable water supply at a reasonable cost, the Water Authority’s responsibilities also include agile and visionary thinking about the future.
In its story on the Housing Commission’s Hotel Churchill renovation, Voice of San Diego omitted key facts, which was a disservice to readers. This project isn’t easy, but the Housing Commission has done the research, and knows the actual conditions and limitations of the building.
Despite the groups’ occasional differences, the Tourism Authority and the Convention Center Corporation work very closely together.