I intend to keep making calls to lapsed Voice of San Diego members because I enjoy it — in smaller volume. How about some help?
I think that Filner’s former employee, the one now suing him, summed it up pretty well when she noted that, without character, the agenda is irrelevant.
Let’s start with Mount Hope cemetery, the three golf courses and the two airports the city operates. Sell ‘em! That’ll generate a good amount of cash and get rid of things that chronically lose money.
Isn’t it time the public demand that we fold the Airport Authority back into the port district and save ourselves some serious money?
Instead of just examining “outsourcing,” let’s look at various city functions with an eye to getting rid of them.
One has to believe that the error would never have been discovered, even after the retiree passed away, had not a public records request forced them to examine their records.
Despite the belt-tightening efforts in San Diego, there are plenty of opportunities for more cuts by our next “strong” mayor.
A reader’s reaction to the news about the city being able to pay for fire pits again.
What this city craves is what it already has, lots of
opportunities to participate in sports, not just watch them.
Do you really think that the city will stop construction on the
new central library even if the dollars aren’t raised by the