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The City and County Diverged on Their Climate Plans — and the County’s Losing
This week, an appellate court ruled the county’s climate plan didn’t do enough to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as required by the state. When Mayor Kevin Faulconer released a draft of a new city plan last month, the biggest decision he made was intended to avoid exactly this sort of legal challenge.
Andrew Keatts | October 30, 2014 |
San Diego Explained: Election Cram Session Edition
Matthew Hose | October 30, 2014 |
Civic San Diego Will Remain Its Own Boss — for Now
Megan Burks | October 30, 2014 |
Morning Report: Ambulance Reform’s Endless Waiting Game
Randy Dotinga | October 30, 2014 |
San Diego’s Unending Ambulance Saga Continues to Unend
Liam Dillon | October 29, 2014 |
Morning Report: You, Over There, Put Down Your Car
Randy Dotinga | October 29, 2014 |
Graduation Stats Loom Large in Lone School Board Debate
The recent stats released by the district gave candidate Amy Redding something to pounce on. Both candidates landed some jabs, but their performances were imperfect. Beiser wouldn't say definitively whether he has his eyes on higher office.
Mario Koran | October 28, 2014 |
On Density, Community Character and ‘the Race Card’
An environmental lawyer made waves earlier this month by calling "bullshit" on detractors of increasing housing density. A round-up of the ensuing conversation reveals just how polarizing the topic has become.
Matthew Hose | October 28, 2014 |
Morning Report: S.D.’s Class of 2016 Faces Disaster
Randy Dotinga | October 28, 2014 |
Morning Report: Council May Quash Civic SD’s Hopes
Randy Dotinga | October 27, 2014 |
How San Diego’s Manufacturing Sector Has Changed, in Four Charts
Lisa Halverstadt | October 27, 2014 |
Where Carol Kim Stands on Four Key San Diego Issues
Michelle Monroy | October 25, 2014 |
Morning Report: Big Money Flows to Few School Foundations
Scott Lewis | October 25, 2014 |
Public Schools Are Getting More Private Money Than Ever
A new study found that the number of parent and community-led private fundraising groups is snowballing. In California, private fundraising has become a way for parents to raise money for their kids' schools and compensate for inadequacies in state funding.