San Diego-Northeast

GOVERNMENT

Civic San Diego senior planner leaving for the Port

Civic San Diego senior planner Lucy Contreras is resigning to take a position with the San Diego Unified Port District.

LAW

California Western's Community Law Project receives Parker Foundation grant

The Community Law Project at California Western School of Law has received a $20,000 grant from the Parker Foundation that will be used to support the project’s five free legal clinics around the county.

FINANCE

Realty Income increases credit facility again

Realty Income Corp. (NYSE: O) announced Tuesday that the company has closed a new $2.25 billion unsecured credit facility to replace its previous $1.5 billion unsecured credit facility.

TECHNOLOGY

Fish & Richardson seeking startups in need of IP aid

WATER

City allocates $1.2 million for turf replacement program

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Visitor Information

Starting with the development of Rancho Bernardo in the 60s, the northeastern edge of the City of San Diego began to attract residents and industry.  Almost all off the developments in this part of the city are master-planned communities. Commercial and residential areas are carefully planned and landscaped into the hills and mesas. 

I-15 runs through the center of the area providing access to downtown and other areas of the county.  The popular High Occupancy Vehicle lane provides commuters an express ride south every morning and north every evening.  SR-56 will provide easy access to the coast when it opens in 2005.

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Movie Theaters

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