These were the most-read stories for the week of Aug. 20-26.
Statement: “That thing which occurred at Dulles airport was a complete fraud made up by the lady in question. She never appeared in court. The court threw it out. And that was the end of that,” Bob Filner, a San Diego mayoral candidate, said on the Mike Slater radio show, Aug. 16. Determination: Misleading.
The Pacific Beach business district, which contracts with the city, awarded a $4,000 bonus to its executive director in a meeting that wasn’t open to the public.
‘We ask you not to sacrifice any more of the space, the clean air, the greenery of Balboa Park to expediency,’ read a 1967 petition to fight the proposed widening of State Route 163.
A roundup of news from our media partnership on the community of City Heights.
In the latest edition, we look at a claim mayoral candidate Bob Filner made about the lily pond water fight.
After putting together a bond that will cost taxpayers almost 10 times what they borrowed, the Poway Unified School District has become California’s poster child for a form of exotic financing.
The mayoral candidate says he’s behind Irwin Jacobs’ plan to overhaul the Plaza de Panama, reversing his earlier high-profile opposition.
As the school board makes its case for issuing a controversial loan last year, residents voice disgust, support and hope for a solution.
Another false Filner claim, city attorney speaks, jobless at the nuke plant, Koigate damage is up and where you could bike in SD in 1896.
The idea behind outlawing the write-in is simple: the voters have already selected their top two candidates in the primary here.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at email@example.com or 619.550.5669.
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