You’d think two agencies working toward the same basic mission – to deliver water – would get along. That isn’t the case between Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the San Diego County Water Authority.
San Diego’s population has been growing for decades. But it’s the way that it’s grown that’s changing. Andrew Keatts and NBC 7’s Monica Dean have more on this week’s San Diego Explained.
The district’s open-enrollment program doesn’t have to be intimidating. We break it down for you in this week’s San Diego Explained.
Over the last decade, government incentives and rebates have helped create a solar boom in San Diego. But the game’s about to change for three big reasons.
El Cajon has some strict anti-alcohol laws in place, but the police department there has found some stores are still selling booze to minors. Now city leaders want to tighten the rules even more next year.
San Diego County will have to up the ante on water conservation. The county currently uses around 40 percent of its supply for drinking water.
San Diego Unified School District asked taxpayers for money to fund crucial campus construction. Years later, that money is primarily going toward athletic facilities and technology upgrades such as iPads for students and teachers.
Civic San Diego is searching for more funding to expand in the city. But there’s a battle under way over what the group should be to the city, and whether it should even exist.
One thing you should know about Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s “One San Diego”: It’s more than a motto.
The kerfuffle over Hoover High and other schools’ stadium lights reveals some big questions districts and voters should consider when it comes to bond money. Ashly McGlone explains.