Good morning from Hillcrest.

  • Former Centre City Development Corp. President Nancy Graham stood before the city of San Diego’s Ethics Commission yesterday on conflict of interest charges one official called the most serious violation in the commission’s nine-year history. Our own Rob Davis reports on the drama-filled hearing.
  • City Council candidate Lorie Zapf, who is running on a fiscal responsibility platform, is six months behind on her home loan, CityBeat is reporting. 
  • Our profiles of candidates in the San Diego County sheriff’s race continues today with Jay LaSuer, described as a “curmudgeon on the attack.” I missed linking to yesterday’s profile of Jim Duffy, son of a former sheriff. Also, we Fact Check LaSuer on illegal immigrants and prisons.
  • Lawyer and real estate developer Charles Black is spearheading the San Diego Convention Center’s proposed expansion, the same role he held during the building of Petco Park.
  • Last, our own Scott Lewis takes on the “strong mayor” debate and how the Mayor’s Office is blaming the previous system for the city’s woes.


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