The Chamber’s uneventful showdown with Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, the latest effort to boost voter turnout and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.
While the debate about Civic San Diego and whether it favors efficiency over public input is interesting, it obscures an important question: Was creating Civic San Diego even legal?
Instead of trying to take what Civic San Diego does right and replicate it to benefit other urban neighborhoods, Lorena Gonzalez’s AB 504 will upend Civic San Diego’s whole permitting process, adding unnecessary layers of bureaucracy while creating uncertainty.
San Diego’s economic developers say city business incentives and non-monetary assistance are all about making the company feel warm and fuzzy about being here.
Minimum wage increases and the Convention Center mess provide Mayor Kevin Faulconer with two big opportunities to frame the debate, drive media attention and lead. How will he do it?
Few details have come out about the federal review of the San Diego Police Department. One thing we do know: The group conducting it knows the city’s former police chiefs very well.
In newly unsealed court documents, Anthony Arevalos said Chargers players were among the groups to whom SDPD gave special treatment. The department and an ex-chief deny the allegation.
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.
Check out a few of our favorite shots from new Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s inauguration Monday.
San Diego’s new mayor looks a lot like the mayors who have come before him.