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Good morning from Point Loma.

  • Long-awaited news on a potential location for the city of San Diego’s permanent homeless shelter came last week. Our own Kelly Bennett rounds it up.
  • Federal prosecutors are appealing a ruling that dismissed criminal charges against five former retirement system officials connected to the city’s pension underfunding scandal.
  • There’s a good discussion going on a San Diego police officer’s blog about City Attorney Jan Goldsmith’s opinion that city employees could be liable for some of the pension system’s investment losses.
  • A meeting between San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders and mayors in North County did not bode well for future funding of a river park.
  • Chula Vista officials are considering offering a fifth round of early retirements to save $1 million this year.
  • Voters in the county’s sheriff’s race will make a lasting impact, our own Scott Lewis writes.
  • The U-T’s editorial page says the city should approve a lease with the school district, the next step in the downtown charter schoobrary process. The editorial page also says the Unified Port of San Diego needs a better process if it wants to redevelop the city’s North Embarcadero.
  • Last we’ll end with my latest television foray. This time I’m explaining redevelopment in the city.

— LIAM DILLON

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