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Good morning from Hillcrest.

  • More money for education and less for redevelopment: A Sacramento County court ruled yesterday in favor of a $2 billion transfer from state redevelopment agencies to schools. The case will go to appeal, but if the ruling is upheld the U-T says San Diego County redevelopment agencies will lose $165.2 million over two years ending June 30, 2011. 
  • The city of San Diego has sued its retirement system again. This time it’s over City Attorney Jan Goldsmith’s position that employees should bear more of the burden for the pension plan’s investment losses and other debt.
  • Our Fact Checkers caught up with Council President Ben Hueso and the San Diego Public Library Foundation over two misleading statements.
  • Steve Hadley, chief of staff for Councilwoman Donna Frye, is having a tough time raising money in his bid to replace his boss in next month’s elections, CityBeat reports.
  • This election season’s most bitter race appears to be the Democratic primary for state Senate District 40 between Assemblywoman Mary Salas and former Assemblyman Juan Vargas. CityBeat recaps last week’s show
  • Is the local Republican Party’s voters guide in county sample ballots public elections financing? CityBeat asks the question.

— LIAM DILLON

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