The Morning Report
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These were the top stories for the week of Feb. 21 – 27, 2011.
Or so, apparently, says the mayor.
The San Diego County Office of Education holds school districts accountable and fills in the gaps in the system. Yet it flies remarkably under the radar even as it takes on an increasingly important role.
The house on a hill in Mount Hope once seemed so full of promise. But when the city started clearing out the tons of junk accumulated there, one man’s hoarding problem hit the nightly news. It wasn’t supposed to end that way.
As a result of the recent price decline, San Diego homes are now very much in line with their historical relationships to local rents and incomes. And thanks to ultra-low rates, monthly payments are far below their historical norm.
The housing market no longer out of whack, what a dissolving city looks like, Chula Vista’s headscratcher, and more.
Statement: “Pacific Beach, Mission Beach and Ocean Beach residents all voted overwhelmingly against the alcohol ban,” Pacific Beach resident Gordon Nall wrote in a letter published by the Union-Tribune Feb. 17. Determination: True
It’d had only been talked about. Now we have details.
Gathering stories on the famous main drag, cities draft a redevelopment compromise and beer lovers craft a Rowtopia event.
Looming layoffs bring up an old frustration: Why do school districts warn teachers of layoffs that never come?