Why Has District 8 Been Left Out of Faulconer’s ‘All Neighborhoods’?
During his State of the City speech, Mayor Kevin Faulconer said, “All neighborhoods should reap the benefits of San Diego’s success.” So far, southeastern San Diego's District 8 has in no way been granted access to those benefits.
Cornelius Bowser Sr. | January 20, 2015 |
I’m a Middle-Aged White Woman. The Sheriff Didn’t Ask Me If I Was on Probation.
After talking with people leaving the Lemon Grove station following a Sheriff's Department operation, all felt quite strongly that the reason they were stopped and harassed was that they were either a person of color, young, or both.
Rebecca Rauber | January 15, 2015 |
Executing Faulconer’s Vision Starts Now
In a speech designed to cement San Diego’s reputation as a world-class city, Mayor Kevin Faulconer outlined his vision for 2015. To get the biggest bang for taxpayers' buck, the city needs to hustle on infrastructure, open data and a few other key areas.
Sean Karafin | January 15, 2015 |
Gloria Doesn’t Want to Fix the Referendum Process — He Wants to Kill It
Ryan Clumpner | January 13, 2015 |
Lightner’s One Paseo Move Caters to Her District at the City’s Expense
Lightner's decision to push back the One Paseo vote placates her Carmel Valley constituents, but it's critical that the City Council consider the project’s value for the greater good of the entire city.
Anthony Wagner | January 12, 2015 |
CEQA Isn’t the Reason You’re Sitting in Traffic in Mission Valley
Cory Briggs | January 5, 2015 |
CEQA Reform Should Separate Legit Complaints from Project Haters
The California Environmental Quality Act has fallen out of step with the evolution of the state’s land use planning and environmental policy. One big problem: the people using it as a last-ditch effort to stop projects they oppose.
Jim Whalen | December 19, 2014 |
How to Bring Back California’s Competitive Edge
We can no longer rely on our state’s weather and beauty to attract new businesses and jobs. We need to be realistic about the level of competition we face. Some of the best ways we can protect California jobs start local: focus on buying local and build up training for our future workforce.