The New Conversation on Subsidized Housing

A City Council committee is feeling out funding options to build more subsidized housing. At least two Council members want to pay close attention to getting more out of the money the city's already spending.

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Who Lied? Part III: The Problems with Todd Bosnich’s Story

When, exactly, Bosnich left Carl DeMaio's team has become one of the central mysteries to emerge in the scandal that consumed the 52nd District race. The biggest problem with Bosnich's story is his own timeline.

We’re Going to Re-Launch and Re-Organize VOSD

We're going to emphasize the most compelling stories and get rid of some of the practices that have often led us to produce work without the impact, reach and legacy that we want.

City Staff Forgot to Mention Major Change to Belmont Park Lease

When San Diego city staff made its case that a new lease for Belmont Park was a good deal, it laid out all the ways the new lease was different from the old one — minus one change that was crucial to understanding the arrangement.

Businesses Are in the Dark on New Lighting Rules

New retrofit mandates meant to lower energy use are giving many companies sticker shock. But the state Energy Commission says businesses themselves might be partly to blame for misinterpreting the rules and overestimating what they must do to comply.

Pumping the Brakes on Belmont Park

The company that runs Belmont Park told the City Council it needed a new lease right away to keep a deal from falling through. The lease stalled but the deal went through anyway, bolstering some skepticism about urgent matters rushed through the Council.

7 Questions for a Teach for America Classroom Parent

It's been a little over a year since Teach for America set up shop in San Diego. We sat down with one parent whose child is being taught by a TFA teacher to see what's working and what isn't.

Morning Report: No Fixes for Street Non-Fixes

Girl's suicide draws fire to juvenile justice system, Greek system on hold at SDSU, safe needle program boasts high numbers and Brooklyn native corrects da record.

The City’s Still Dragging Its Feet on Infrastructure Repairs

Eighteen months ago, city leaders spent more than $2 million to figure out all that was broken in San Diego. The assessments aren’t done yet. “It’s taking too long. It always takes too long. It will always take too long,” a city spokesman said.

Morning Report: New Energy Rules Flummox Businesses

Rushed deal didn't need to hurry, county pension board may fire investment chief, dead voters evicted up north, Death for Food redux and a no-worthy neighborhood nickname.

Culture Report: Will Kill for Food

The controversial Death for Food gets you front and center with your soon-to-be dinner. Plus, MCASD expansion, the San Diego Jazz Fest and Swing Extravaganza ahead and more in our weekly round-up of culture news.