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County Supervisor Jim Desmond tweeted at Elon Musk Friday asking for the billionaire’s input on San Diego’s transportation system. Musk said “sure.”
This post originally appeared in the Jan. 26 Morning Report. Subscribe to the free daily newsletter here. A coalition of restaurants and business groups has successfully placed a referendum on the statewide November 2024 ballot to challenge a new fast-food worker law. That law, as Jesse Marx previously reported, was introduced by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez before…
After a year of back-and-forth and objections from the CSU system, City’s bachelor’s degree in cyberdefense and analysis is official.
As he stood before a crowded Civic Theater for his State of the City Speech Todd Gloria made one thing clear: Lawlessness has no place in San Diego.
A prominent nonprofit foundation on Wednesday publicly urged the city to set up two large shelter tents to accommodate about 500 unhoused seniors and youth in a largely empty parking lot in Balboa Park.
This post originally appeared in the Jan. 6 Morning Report. Sign up for the daily newsletter here. Since adopting its first Climate Action Plan in 2015, the city of San Diego has made “transit priority areas” – the neighborhoods around rail and high-frequency bus stations — the focal point of its planning efforts. That’s where…
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors moved forward Tuesday with a new policy intended to crack down on wage theft and other complaints coming from janitorial, landscaping and security workers. One of those workers told elected officials ahead of their 4-0 vote that she’s spent 30 years making minimum wage, in poor conditions without…
A new analysis by San Diego State researchers documents lacking public restroom access downtown and how it’s impacting the area’s growing unsheltered population.
A new report concludes that Balboa Park needs an oversight overhaul and major influxes of cash to address longstanding challenges.
The San Diego City Council passed new development regulations for Mira Mesa Monday, in hopes of spurring home building there in the coming decades.