The Morning Report
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These were the most-read stories for the week of Dec. 5-11.
Doug Manchester, the Union-Tribune’s new owner, wants the paper to promote a new Chargers stadium.
Statement: “If you want to get married in a city park, depending on the size of the wedding, you could be looking at nine different permits,” mayoral candidate Nathan Fletcher said at a Tea Party event last week, the Union-Tribune reported Nov. 26. Determination: Misleading
According to the Case-Shiller home price index, San Diego prices declined in September to a new post-boom inflation-adjusted low.
A tentative plan would cut hundreds of teachers, counselors, custodians and other workers to deal with San Diego Unified’s money mess.
Statement: “The Midway Museum currently offers no information on free public access to the bow of the Midway,” Richard Gleaves, an arts blogger for the Union-Tribune, wrote Nov. 14. Determination: False.
While many people believe teachers are greatly underpaid, the compensation is quite substantial.
Local hotelier Doug Manchester is now officially the publisher of the Union-Tribune. And he immediately puts his stamp on it.
Bob Filner has suggested the public negotiate for a share of the team if it contributes to a new stadium.
City taxpayers’ contribution to the expansion hits $105 million and could grow, a budget analyst warns.
City sets hotel fees, U-T’s late to its own news, the view of the proposed waterfront view, more on wedding claim and bandit’s badge.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at voiceofsandiego.org. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.550.5669.
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