Good morning from Hillcrest.
- In the city of San Diego’s budget picture, City Council budgets are the equivalent of one brushstroke — less than 1 percent. But promises made by three council members to reduce their budgets last year have turned out to be one-time deals that don’t yield any long-term savings.
- The campaign for term limits for San Diego County supervisors doesn’t make sense, our own Scott Lewis writes.
- A roof over the proposed Chargers stadium downtown? Team special counsel Mark Fabiani made the case at a breakfast speech yesterday.
- An Indian waste management company we wrote about earlier this week turned up in a recent NPR story about “one of the world’s nastiest jobs.”
- Last, the L.A. Times pokes fun at local Democratic Assemblywoman Lori Saldana for criticizing state Sen. Abel Maldonado during confirmation hearings for lieutenant governor, but then voting for him.
— LIAM DILLON