The plan to celebrate the centennial of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition may have been doomed from the start. Here’s how it fell apart.
The question of how best to use space and buildings in San Diego’s urban park emerges in a contentious fight between neighboring museums.
The City Council reconsidered a hotel’s lease extension after a local lawyer cried foul. The city re-examined the deal, but is getting sued regardless.
Facing threatened litigation, the City Council blessed a previously approved agreement, after a minor change.
Ocean views at what price?, binationals compared, District 4 fallout and more.
In the latest edition of VOSD Radio, Scott Lewis and Will Carless examine recent news.
The City Council last month approved an odd lease extension for a powerful hotelier. The city attorney’s office says it’s time to reconsider the decision.
A personal tale of homelessness, the school district’s massive bungle, planning for Planning, and a panda grows up.
The recipient of an unorthodox lease extension for city land last month is the face of one of San Diego’s most well-connected families.
City officials justified expediting a recent lease extension because the deal needed to secure current interest rates. Those rates don’t apply to the lease.