A City Council majority rejected Council President Sherri Lightner’s attempt to bar many vacation rentals, leaving those concerned by their proliferation to wait again.
Short-term rental giant Airbnb claims a City Council proposal would make short-term rentals illegal in residential areas.
We’ve decided to include all our efforts to understand the 2016 election under the banner of San Diego Decides. As part of that, I’ll be writing a biweekly look at what’s happening in the races facing San Diego voters in 2016. It’ll include new reporting, follow-ups on bigger stories, and a round-up of other coverage […]
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.
On a special edition podcast, land use consultant Marcela Escobar-Eck gets in deep on some of San Diego’s biggest projects she’s worked on.
One Paseo isn’t smart growth, it’s “actually very dumb growth,” the City Council president tells us on this week’s podcast.
Lightner’s decision to push back the One Paseo vote placates her Carmel Valley constituents, but it’s critical that the City Council consider the project’s value for the greater good of the entire city.
Council President Sherri Lightner’s staff has been looking for weeks at possible locations in Carmel Valley for the Jan. 27 hearing. But they still didn’t manage to secure a location in time.
Regardless of how she got the votes, Sherri Lightner is now our Council president. She is qualified, capable and has proven that she can do this job.
Council President Todd Gloria’s latest proposal will prevent San Diego from becoming the next disastrous experiment.