We should be expanding and using recycled water for landscaping. Instead, the city of San Diego’s decision to jack up the cost of recycled water is forcing us to head in the wrong direction.
An estimated 476,000 San Diegans are still held back by hunger. We need more funding and further collaborative efforts to reach more children in San Diego.
Technology and increased scrutiny on nonprofits have encouraged people to insist their donations can’t go toward administrative needs. ‘But good nonprofits must have a strong administrative backbone to support the mission-driven activities they offer.
While able-bodied, financially solvent residents are able to get their own homes storm-ready, what about seniors, low-income families and the disabled?
While Prop. 47 has reduced the prison population, it has also had some far-reaching and major unintended consequences that, ironically, reduce the prospects for rehabilitative treatments and undermine the effectiveness of proven crime-fighting tactics.
People who complain about CEQA don’t like the fact that the environmental law gives extraordinary power to ordinary people.
State and local leaders need to respect the will of the voters and get behind Prop. 47 reforms rather than fight against them at the cost of community health and safety.
Any amendments to the county’s general plan should be consistent with the plan’s underlying principles, not ways to navigate around them.
All told, San Diego Forward calls for a $204 billion investment in our transportation system between now and 2050.
The good news within SANDAG’s regional plan is that trolleys would come faster, and would go to more places. The bad news: We’d have to wait far too long to see it happen.