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Good morning from Hillcrest.
- We round up all your schoobrary needs today. Schoobrary supporters have reason to cheer that the downtown library San Diegans were promised in 2005 is the same library they’ll receive for the same price now, according to a city contractor. Schoobrary opponents have reason to jeer that the schoobrary could be open 30 percent less often as boosters had hoped two years ago.
- San Diego County will consider laying off 66 employees and eliminate 517 vacant positions to save a combined $45.2 million, the North County Times reports. The job cuts include some in public safety departments.
- County Supervisor Pam Slater-Price is under investigation by the California Fair Political Practices Commission for her failure to report 20 tickets she received to the opera and theater.
- San Diego’s City Council passed a resolution opposing Arizona’s new immigration law. Councilman Todd Gloria called the law “un-American.”
- Despite the U.S. Supreme Court’s denial to hear it, a court case involving the Boy Scouts and land leased to them in Balboa Park likely isn’t over.
- It’s a Fact Check emergency! Check out our latest edition of Fact Check TV.
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— LIAM DILLON