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Good morning from Point Loma.
- Today should be the day for the new price for the schoobrary project to be released. The cost should identify the gap between what the city of San Diego has and what the city needs to build a new main library/charter school. The Mayor’s Office has told me the cost estimate would come as soon as yesterday, though last night I received a text saying the number was “90 percent” expected today.
- Political parties will not be allowed to contribute money to City Council campaigns prior to the June 8 election this year, a federal judge ruled yesterday.
- City Councilwoman Marti Emerald’s fireworks-filled hearing before the city’s Ethics Commission continues this morning.
- An investigation into the decision to bar conservative radio talk show host Roger Hedgecock from moderating a Chula Vista candidates forum found no wrongdoing.
- A U.S. Supreme Court ruling appears to help those who want to keep the Mt. Soledad Cross.
- City water use is down 11.8 percent so far this fiscal year.
- Last, we have our latest edition of San Diego Explained. How did residents of a mobile home park in Mission Bay Park come to live there?
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— LIAM DILLON