Good morning from Hillcrest.

  • We’ll lead off with the fate of the city of San Diego’s Ethics Commission. It needs at least two new appointments by June to be able to continue its work. Four new appointments are needed to fill out its roster. City Council and the mayor have been at a stalemate on the issue since last summer with lots of political back-and-forth over the commission’s role.
  • City Attorney Jan Goldsmith will not be running for mayor in 2012, he tells the Union-Tribune.
  • Our partners at the Media Arts Center have a video on Bob Sinclair, the mustachioed owner of the Wonder Bread building in East Village, which is a potential site for the Chargers’ new stadium.
  • Fact Check TV this week takes on city drug corners, temporary fire station closures and African-American enrollment at UCSD.


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