City staffers released draft recommendations Wednesday for an ordinance that would allow at least some short-term renting in San Diego. Emails obtained by VOSD indicate a measure was ready in early July but the mayor’s office held it when Council members disagreed on some of the specifics.
Restaurateur Jay Porter, who shuttered his North Park restaurants late last year, explains why he left San Diego.
Mayor Bob Filner didn’t have much time to follow through on his numerous campaign promises.
Organizers of the Incubator for Civic Imagination pledge to complete a few project by the end of 2013.
Linda Perine urged a local planning group Tuesday to remember the mayor’s work on their behalf: “This is how government is supposed to work.”
Everyone’s talking about Sunroad’s $100,000 donation to the city, but another big project was stalled by Mayor Bob Filner, only to proceed after a developer promised to pay up.
City planners have told developers of Carmel Valley’s One Paseo to resubmit the project’s environmental review.
Civic San Diego is pursuing a pilot program to spur economic development in targeted areas along transit corridors.
The nine-month, $120,000 inquiry into claims against City Auditor Eduardo Luna should come to a close Thursday. Luna wants the city to pay his attorney fees.
Mayor Bob Filner used the vacant fourth floor of the City Hall as a metaphor for what’s happened to city planning.