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Morning Report: The Boundary Referees Making Big Decisions on Water
A little-known government body in San Diego is about to make big decisions on something we use every day: Water. LAFCO, which stands for Local Agency Formation Commission, are boundary referees with a lot of political muscle – if they…
Morning Report: One Couple’s Journey Through Homelessness
Next week marks an inauspicious anniversary for Tami Grobarek and her fiancé. May 29, will be one year since the couple became homeless. That year of homelessness, which started after a dispute with a landlord forced them from their apartment,…
Morning Report: The Escondido Mayor’s Own Homeless Story
Last November, Escondido Mayor Dane White unseated the incumbent to win the mayoral race. Now, one of his biggest priorities is ramping up the city’s response to homelessness, an issue he has personal experience with.
Morning Report: Vacancies Filled, Police Oversight Commission Looks to Get Back to Work
When voters approved Measure B in 2020, they approved the creation of a new police oversight commission that, unlike its predecessor, would be able to investigate allegations of police misconduct, rather than just review the internal reviews by the San…
Morning Report: The Historic Properties Housing Battleground
The San Diego City Council is expected this summer to reconsider the fate of the Mission Hills Library. Preservationists want to preserve it while others view it as a potential site for new housing. What this tells us: The dispute…