SANDAG’s board of directors voted 20-1 last week to appeal its long-term transportation plan to the state Supreme Court. Chuck Lowery, deputy mayor of Oceanside, was the one. He explains what he’d like to see from a long-term transportation plan and how the board dynamics contributed to the lopsided vote.

Mar Vista High School teacher Gene Chavira helped lead the charge for a new election process for Sweetwater schools. In a new Q-and-A, he tell us what went into the reform process, and what he expects out of November’s election.

He’s been accused of being a sort-of revolutionary who’s “indoctrinating students,” but Kiki Ochoa, who teaches economics and government at Lincoln High, also provides a stable presence at the district’s most volatile campus.

The mastermind of “tactical urbanism” – think cheap, temporary improvements like painting over a parking lot to create a cool plaza – says sometimes the best way to improve a city is by making tangible and incremental upgrades, not thinking 30 years into the future.

As SDSU classes get under way Monday, SDSU President Elliot Hirshman explains his push for entrepreneurial programs on campus, how the school maintains campus diversity and how exactly the university’s strategic plan moves to advance the region as a whole.

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