Voice of San Diego investigative reporter Andrew Keatts has worked for a long time to unlock data about the city’s permitting process and spent months after that working to analyze it. The first results are coming out today. Turns out, the city’s getting faster at approving permits. “When it comes to the city’s more complicated […]
Schools angry over power rates, high-profile attorney fires back at Inewsource, and a peculiar burglary.
Finance scandal case gets even weirder, City Council likes its team, TV station probes mayor’s TV and girl eloquently tells off CHP car thief.
In the end, it wasn’t close: The City Council approved the One Paseo project 7-2 Monday night. Developer Kilroy Realty agreed to build low-income housing as part of the Carmel Valley project, a move that secured Councilman David Alvarez’s vote. Otherwise, Kilroy would have met its low-income housing requirement by paying a fee used to build […]
Chargers hyperbole hits hyperdrive, One Paseo vote on tap, port workers return and Gulls return to the ice rink.
With the ultimate proof that fierce NFL rivalries are actually just puppet shows for one big business, the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders have announced that they will work together to build a new stadium in Carson, near Los Angeles. That is, they’ll do that if they don’t get the subsidies they want from […]
Updates on disgraced ex-mayor (no, not that one), concussions, Chargers drama, Sempra’s albatross, AirBNB and sea lions in crisis.
The hits just keep on coming. In a blistering letter released Tuesday (no, not the blistering one released Monday, that’s different), the Chargers’ special counsel Mark Fabiani went after Jason Roe, the mayor’s political strategist, and Tony Manolatos, the spokesman for the mayor’s task force. In short, Fabiani asked a series of questions implying they […]
As VOSD turns 10, we look back at some remarkable remarks published over the years.
Airbnb permits might take forever, ex-school trustee wants apology on the double, city golf courses lose money and Lawrence Welk resorts bubble over with (mandatory?) “fun.”