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San Diego voters will consider a dozen local ballot measures this fall, but none of those measures will address the growing number of people living on the city’s streets. Voters in other parts of California — the cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco and the counties of Alameda, San Mateo and Santa Clara — will consider whether to spend hundreds […]

In November, voters will get to pretend to be land-use experts as they decide on a handful of measures related to major development projects across the region. Measure B, Accretive Investments’ initiative asking voters to approve a 1,746-home project near rural Valley Center where just 110 homes are currently allowed, is part of a surging statewide trend of […]

The city’s gotten countless accolades for pledging to stop using fossil fuels. Turns out that promise in the city’s Climate Action Plan comes with a big caveat: San Diego’s not totally breaking up with natural gas. Our Andrew Keatts found the plan doesn’t count the natural gas we use to heat up our homes, dinners […]

As San Diego Unified promotes its upcoming expansion of preschool, it’s doing something unexpected: closing preschools. As our Mario Koran reports, “three of the district’s 12 child development centers, preschools intended for parents who work or attend school, are closing this week. The district is also closing one preschool that’s open to all families who […]

Plenty of things divide the two candidates who are running for the seat on the County Board of Supervisors that covers much of coastal North County. Dave Roberts is the Democratic incumbent and Kristin Gaspar is the Republican mayor of Encinitas. But they do share one thing. They’re not taking a position on a big issue before county […]