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An Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast found developers are planning or considering office, industrial and multifamily buildings for in or around 2015 here, and across the state.

The Associated Builders and Contractors’ San Diego chapter installed its 2013 board of directors Tuesday, setting in place its leadership for the year.

The arraignments of 14 defendants scheduled to enter pleas Wednesday in the criminal corruption cases involving South Bay-area school and college officials, a contractor and a bond manager have been postponed until Feb. 15, and just where they’ll be heard is in question again.

(Bloomberg) -- The number of California homes that sold for at least $1 million reached a five-year high in 2012, fueled by a recovering economy and a record number of cash purchases, DataQuick said Wednesday.

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