SANDAG officials spent 2016 trying to sell the public on a new tax hike they now admit would not have done what they said it would have.
Councilwoman Lorie Zapf has a hard job. It shows.
District 2 Councilwoman Lorie Zapf joins co-hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts to talk about the main issues she’s focused on. Lewis and Keatts also bemoan the never-ending Chargers relocation drama.
San Diego won’t get a vacation from the debate over short-term rentals in 2016. Here’s a look at the issues that’ll be up for consideration early next year.
“There’s a huge economic impact here,” Councilwoman Lorie Zapf said Tuesday in voting for a stadium environmental report. But for more than a decade, economists have said professional sports subsidies don’t help the economy.
The San Diego County Taxpayers Association wants to drop the notorious People’s Ordinance but won’t say yet what it would replace the law with.
Two City Council members are split over what any lease deal for Belmont Park should look like. Their differing views emphasize once again that the city is figuring out on the fly how to get the most out of the property it leases to private companies.
Carl DeMaio’s new campaign ad features an endorsement from City Councilwoman Lorie Zapf. Oddly, the ad goes out of its way to make her seem like just another resident.
San Diego leaders are mulling how to enforce a proposed minimum wage increase. Two other California cities offer differing paths.
The lone City Council race on the November ballot will be District 6, where Republican Chris Cate led but didn’t cross the 50 percent threshold. Lorie Zapf and Bonnie Dumanis appeared to lock up outright wins.