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Good morning from Hillcrest.
- The news of the today will be San Diego City Council’s vote on a study that could lead to an increase in the money the Centre City Development Corp., the city’s downtown redevelopment agency, could collect. The U-T’s editorial page says it should happen. Here’s my story from Sunday on how this decision would affect San Diego County and a potential Chargers stadium.
- Our Fact Checkers are finding the number of city employees laid off always is a ripe topic.
- The North County Times editorial board urges a “no” vote on term limits for county supervisors.
- Last, Carlsbad, Chula Vista and Encinitas applied to be a city chosen by Google for the company’s new high-speed wireless network.
— LIAM DILLON