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Good morning from Hillcrest.

We’ll start the day with part four in our series on District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. Today’s story focuses on her successes in office, particularly a program that has helped slash criminal recidivism rates.

The national head of the AFL-CIO labor organization came to San Diego yesterday to promote local hiring for government projects and federal jobs programs.

Our series of interviews with key San Diegans continues with political consultant Tom Shepard, who advises Mayor Jerry Sanders.

San Diego Councilman Todd Gloria wrote an op-ed in the U-T about the importance of maintaining Sunday bus service.

Gloria also is quoted in a Bay Area newspaper as being against a push to repeal the anti-gay marriage Proposition 8 next year. He wants to wait until 2012.

San Diego Unified School Board member Shelia Jackson reverses course, saying that she’s still considering a run for county Supervisor Ron Roberts’ seat in June. She told us this week that she wasn’t going to do it.

San Diego’s redevelopment bonds in the North Park project area have received a ratings upgrade.

Last, Oceanside’s City Council has set a June 8 special election date to replace its fifth council member.

— LIAM DILLON

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