The lines have been drawn. Late last month the San Diego Redistricting Commission adopted a map that establishes new City Council district boundaries.

That means that starting next year, many residents will find themselves in a new district, and possibly represented by a new councilmember.

For this week’s San Diego Explained, NBC7 San Diego’s Catherine Garcia and I took a look at the new map and how the new district boundaries may help or hurt neighborhoods affected by the new district lines.

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