These were the most-read stories for the week of Feb. 6-12.
During the last few years, the San Diego teachers union has become more hardline and confrontational in its dealings with San Diego Unified School District, a stance that could make or break the district financially.
The Case-Shiller index was down for November, but things were a little less clear under the surface. Meanwhile, the last time real home prices were lower was in December 2000.
Why won’t San Diego get a station for decades?
The lost decade for home prices, a secret road in North County’s Rancho Guejito, power to the anti-power meter people, and local Utopias.
Council won’t see latest pension plan to come down pike, not-so-busy lifeguards, Coldstone Creamery owner fights back and the rah-rah guy.
San Diego mayoral candidate Nathan Fletcher’s rise through politics has been swift and successful. But there’s one stop he prefers to breeze past: his stint as district director for jailed former Congressman Duke Cunningham.
A new financial analysis from Mayor Jerry Sanders’ office shows $500 million in loans and hundreds of millions more in cash won’t be enough to keep city infrastructure from deteriorating.
The teachers union wants San Diego Unified School District to stand up to and reform a chaotic state budget process that upsets teachers. Here are the hurdles its civil disobedience would face.
Tony Young says there isn’t enough time to discuss a proposal from City Councilman David Alvarez before a March deadline.
Statement: “Building a facility in Rancho Bernardo and downtown requires the same parking,” Nathan Fletcher said at a mayoral candidate forum about land use issues Jan. 18. Determination: False
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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