It’d be refreshing to see a leader just be honest that he doesn’t want to give the Chargers what they’re demanding and tell them they’re free to leave.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer and City Councilwoman Lorie Zapf claim in recent campaign mailers for Zapf and District 6 City Council candidate Chris Cate that pension reform has already saved taxpayers $1 billion.
The Convention Center’s lost maintenance money mirrors other city decisions made over the past two decades to get cash today at the expense of a tomorrow that’s now come.
NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia and VOSD reporter Lisa Halverstadt take pie charts to the next level in this edition of San Diego Explained.
Each hefty blueprint the candidates have produced aims to show they’ve got the best ideas for the city. Here’s what they say.
Mayoral candidate David Alvarez claimed he resolved a $47 million budget gap for the city.
In a new ad, mayoral candidate David Alvarez says he restored funding for certain city services. So did Kevin Faulconer.
The fact is, every government in America buys a large number of goods and services from the private sector every day. Governments decide what they need and who can provide it for the best value, just as we do in our private lives.
If a second consecutive blackout happens this week, many will blame lackadaisical fans. But that isn’t fair.
The city came across a sort-of-unexpected $43 million just months after pondering how to close a similarly sized budget deficit.