A member of Poway Unified’s school board writes that while it’s good the board came together to unanimously force out Superintendent John Collins, other accountability measures are long overdue.
If Mayor Kevin Faulconer really cares about victims of violent crimes, why hasn’t he stood with members of his own community at rallies, vigils and marches as we cried out against violence?
Members of the public need to exercise their voices when it comes to shaping San Diego’s built environment.
Extreme mandates aren’t the only way to achieve water savings. The Water Authority has worked to increase water-use efficiency statewide and to ensure a diverse, drought-proof supply of water.
Without mandatory conservation, San Diego is positioning itself to fall back into the same short-sighted planning that built the state’s drought inadequacies in the first place.
Readers weigh in on the revival of the controversial plan to get cars out of the Plaza de Panama for good.
Here’s what San Diego needs to do if it wants to make a difference on homelessness.
That rocks were necessary to remove the homeless from the underpass in Sherman Heights is both unfortunate yet beneficial to all involved. The best outcome of this rock situation, however, would be if people channel their anger to the city and force it to direct resources to fixing the underlying problems.
When it comes to housing the homeless, calling the police, distributing meals or connecting them to a shelter for a few nights aren’t real solutions.
Now that it’s been revealed it wasn’t residents who were behind the jagged rocks meant to deter the homeless in Sherman Heights, perhaps now the city can consider asking what we really want to see in the problematic space. We just want a safe experience walking through our community.