Alcohol retailers don’t deny they have problems. But cities keep falling for their promises to self-regulate. Take a page from El Cajon’s book: Roll out the tough booze restrictions and watch the problems melt away.
While everyone’s so distracted by the Chargers back-and-forth, we’re missing a big opportunity to create a real San Diego River Park – one that could rival Balboa Park – near the site of the team’s current home.
Despite the groups’ occasional differences, the Tourism Authority and the Convention Center Corporation work very closely together.
Public safety isn’t only about policing. On the contrary, it is also about building trust and partnership between law enforcement and the communities they’ve sworn to serve and protect.
Or guys, rather. Hotel industry leaders believe that every guest dollar should land in no pocket other than their own.
Police officers are not the problem in society; they are part of the solution. We must take ownership of our communities and work with city managers, school districts and police agencies to build and manage healthy communities across California.
Labeling Mark Arabo as an “opportunist” for what he has done to support the Iraqi Christian community is utterly ridiculous. We should be uniting behind his voice in his effort to create a better life for El Cajon.
Though he’s since clarified them, El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells’ comments represent a larger, persistent misunderstanding about East County’s Chaldean community.
The 75 acres of land the mayor’s stadium task force recommends the city sell does not need to be entitled.
The Union-Tribune’s printing presses gave local aspiring journalists a real, tangible visual of a newspaper coming to life.