This week, for the podcast, we discussed the curious resolution to the scandal that had enveloped school board member Marne Foster. Ry Rivard joined me as co-host to talk about his story on San Diego’s overabundance of water in during a drought and what we would ask Chargers owner Dean Spanos if he were to agree to an interview. The […]
Lilac Hills developers set their sights on voters, a pledge to make more city attorney opinions public and a Hubbs board member defends the group’s fish farm operation.
Gentrification’s downside, the race to replace Todd Gloria, “Lawful but Awful” fatal shootings, Uber update, fish farm politics, homes for vets and craft beer with sprinkles on top?
Water, water, everywhere (for once) and there’s even too much. City attorney hopefuls tackle body camera issue. Filner costs taxpayers another $667K. And the U-T deliciously trolls the city over a pricey logo.
Plus: Is being a City Council member fun? And the hotel-tax fight takes another step toward the real war.
The Chargers have some bitterness to overcome in San Diego, the state of the state education budget and a corgi in PJs because Mondays are hard.
Chargers temporarily settle on San Diego, the homeless get counted and more.
In an local election season that’s been shaping up to be surprisingly anti-climatic, an intense Democrat-on-Democrat battle was brewing in the race for the 39th state Senate seat, which serves much of the city of San Diego and a few other coastal cities. The race, which began with bad blood between the two over an alleged […]
Inside the villainous world of Filner, attorney general weighs in on school bond rules, beach communities want sand, local debt firm makes (negative) national mark, and vanishing city name raises eyebrows.
On Monday, San Diego City Councilman David Alvarez expressed his idea for how to get the city more money for fixing our roads, sidewalks and infrastructure: get the money from property taxes people are already paying. Alvarez’s idea is meant to compete with Councilman Mark Kersey’s proposal, which would take money from other sources such as sales tax […]