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All San Diego County offices and libraries will be closed Monday, Jan. 17, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. All County parks will be open, but the Lakeside, Spring Valley and Fallbrook community centers will be closed. The Department of Parks and Recreation reservation phone line will be closed, but customers will still [...]
A partnership of organizations, led by American activist and Academy Award-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss, is hosting live simultaneous events on the East and West coasts to open a National Conversation in cyberspace regarding America’s civics crisis on Monday, January 17, 2011. Entitled, “It’s Time for a Talk; The National Conversation on Revitalizing America’s Civic Culture”, [...]
Recent rainstorms have been disastrous for many of our streets. Potholes are sprouting up everywhere in the City. If you have troubling potholes in your neighborhood or along your commute, please contact the City as soon as possible. San Diego’s Pothole “Hotline” is 619-527-7500. Expect your pothole repairs within one week of reporting them. The [...]
San Diego FBI Special Agent in Charge Keith Slotter, announces the arrest of Amado Nicholas Hernandez, age 31, of Chico, California. Hernandez was arrested on Sunday, January 2, 2011, at approximately 8:30 a.m., as he arrived on board a cruise ship at the Port of San Diego. Hernandez was arrested by FBI Agents based on [...]
Mother Nature bestowed upon San Diego the gift of rain. Obviously, the rains generated flooding, potholes, sinkholes, downed trees, standing water, and many other challenges in our neighborhoods. Today, the City Council is holding a special meeting to declare a winter storm emergency, which will allow the City to access any available state and federal [...]
This Friday night, on New Year’s Eve, the Escondido Police Department will staff additional officers specifically assigned for DUI enforcement. The Escondido Police Department will also be conducting a Sobriety / Drivers License Checkpoint in the City of Escondido on Saturday night, January 1, 2011. These enforcement efforts continue the Escondido Police Department’s commitment to [...]
The Rancho San Diego Branch of San Diego County Library is hosting a Middle Eastern Day Celebration on January 15, 2011. The celebration honors diversity and culture through free all-ages entertainment, education, and refreshments. The Middle Eastern Day Celebration offers a Palestinian costume show, henna tattoos, belly dancing, Palestinian and Chaldean dance, Lebanese cultural program, [...]
Assistant Sheriff Kim Quaco is retiring on Thursday, December 30th. Mr. Quaco began his career with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department as a Deputy Sheriff in 1978 at the Central Detention Facility and the Vista Detention Facility. He served as a patrol deputy in Encinitas Station and then transferred to the Personnel Division. In [...]
County of San Diego Chief Administrative Officer Walt Ekard issued a proclamation of a local emergency Tuesday, clearing the way to ask for state help to address the several million dollars of damage inflicted by the storms that started Dec. 18 and continued through Dec. 22. The County Board of Supervisors, in accordance with state [...]
All San Diego County offices will be closed Friday, Dec. 31, 2010 in observance of the New Year’s Day holiday. County libraries will be closed Dec. 31, 2010 and Saturday, Jan. 1, 1011. County parks will be open. The Department of Parks and Recreation reservation phone line is closed through Jan. 2, 2011, but customers [...]
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