These were the most-read stories for the week of Oct. 8-14.
Statement: “It’s based on the most recent report that was presented to the committee that said that zero – zero – has been spent on major repair and replacement projects,” Lutar said during the Sept. 29 debate with school board member Scott Barnett. Determination: Misleading
We set out to find out why an obscure federal agency has killed 18,700 animals here since 2005. Five months later, we’re still searching.
Statement: San Diego mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio has “taken millions from Koch Industries,” according to a recent ad supportive of Congressman Bob Filner’s campaign. Determination: False
A guide to the school board, superintendent, consultants and attorneys who put together Poway’s controversial school bonds.
A host of issues, including library hours and crime stats, got you talking this week.
Though the U-T’s John Lynch says he didn’t threaten to use his newspaper as a weapon, another email he sent suggests he’s made the same warning more than once.Even though politician pensions have been eliminated, the mayoral candidate can still get one because he used to be on the City Council. It could put him in a sticky situation.
Updating the wildlife killing mystery, the gas price mess, why mayor’s office eludes Dems and a mysterious mural in Mira Mesa.
Residents who live in the northern half of San Diego will be voting on four of the biggest local elections this November, but only University City residents can vote on all four.
San Diego prioritizes building parks that have secure funding – but the city has kept the fees that generate money for parks low to attract developers to communities needing revitalization.
Both mayoral candidates say they’ll go to a public vote if courts find a tax hike approved by the hotel industry illegal. That plan has its own risks.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at email@example.com or 619.550.5669.
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