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The last day to register to vote for a new San Diego city council member in District No. 4 is Monday, March 11. The special election is being held to fill a vacancy after the elected council member resigned to take another position. Despite the new redistricting boundaries, State law requires the 2001-2010 district boundaries [...]
Hannah Icban. Inquiring young minds want to know what to do with items others might throw away and imagine the creativity of recycled art. With that in mind,Walker Elementary School Teacher Grace Nall entered her grade 4-5 class in the 2012 “Dare to Reuse” Art Contest. Her students took on the art challenge to find [...]
California’s Entrepreneurial Spirit Spurs Multiple PACE Financing Options; San Diego Breaks New PACE Ground with FIGTREE
FIGTREE provides PACE, Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing California’s legendary entrepreneurial spirit is inspiring a trend that emphasizes competition in commercial and residential PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) markets to accelerate PACE adoption and spur local economic development.
The Masons of California have donated $178,000 to support reading and scholarship programs around the county, including schools in the San Diego Unified School District. Through the Raising A Reader Literacy Partnership, California Masons are bringing the award-winning Raising A Reader literacy program to kindergarten classrooms in the lowest-performing public schools throughout the state, turning [...]
Mayor Jerry Sanders urged the San Diego City Council to support moving forward on two measures that will potentially reduce city costs by millions of dollars through competitive bidding, freeing up resources that could be dedicated to preserving essential services such as police, fire and street maintenance. “The City Council next week will vote on [...]
A green issues forum featuring San Diego candidates for national, statewide and local offices will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at the California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE). Presented by CCSE and the Sustainability Alliance of Southern California, the forum will address sustainable energy, transportation, national security and water and land-use planning efforts.
On October 12, 2009, the San Diego City Council enacted a new pedicab ordinance to better regulate the pedicab industry and restore the safe, orderly flow of traffic in congested areas. Since that time, and pursuant to the requirements of the ordinance, the City of San Diego began issuing approximately 250 restricted zone decals to [...]
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