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These were the most-read stories for the week of April 8-14.
The county Department of Agriculture and the city attorney’s office teamed up to produce a rare suspension of a farmer from a local farmers market.
Superior Court Judge Timothy B. Taylor has decided the fate of three major civic issues in recent months. He’s prepared himself for that role.
As zero tolerance falls out of fashion in other sectors, a Clinton-era housing rule remains and puts families at risk of homelessness.
At the end of its second year, it’s clearer than ever efforts like Project 25 are not as simple as opening a door and showing someone her new home.
The younger Jacobs clan has been revealed as potential white knights, ones that could augment our chances of keeping the teams we have and someday attracting new ones.
The City Council reconsidered a hotel’s lease extension after a local lawyer cried foul. The city re-examined the deal, but is getting sued regardless.
“Some days it is a joke and some days it is a nightmare,” one audit employee told an investigator.
Passing legislation at any level is a convoluted process. But determining San Diego’s community-level land use policies is a costly, time-consuming production unlike any other in the city.
But without a challenge from the City Council president or port, does it matter?
Mayor Bob Filner addressed his marijuana policy Monday, but we still don’t know: Is he proposing a referendum?
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.550.5669.
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