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These were the most-read stories for the week of Aug. 22-28.
San Diego’s affordable housing agency said it needed new freedom to attack the foreclosure crisis. The agency instead used the new power to spend more than $70 million on projects that had little or nothing to do with foreclosure.
What to watch for in the debate about medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.
Susana Garcia, a mother who fought for bilingual education, died last week. We look back on what fueled her activism.
To create an Asian-influenced City Council district, one of two neighborhoods would have to be split and partly included in a district with Mira Mesa. Neither wanted it.
A civil rights attorney, a teachers union president and an education reporter will walk into a law school this Wednesday night. No joke.
Statement: “I’ve gone to the last 10 State of the City addresses; I think I’ve heard Mexico mentioned in one of them,” Congressman Bob Filner said in a Q&A published Aug. 17 by San Diego CityBeat. Determination: Huckster Propaganda.
Your weekend options include: Whales, salsa dancing, lanterns, farms, soul food and an Australian dance band.
Droll and lively, San Diego’s civic organist bucks the stuffy stereotype.
City gets half-million-dollar tax refund, senior housing residents rise up, Politifest festivities ready to wow and a long haul for local Dems.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at voiceofsandiego.org. You can contact her directly at email@example.com or 619.550.5669.
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