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Many San Diego high school graduates from the Class of 2015 have been enjoying their summer break since getting their diplomas. Many will be college bound in a few weeks. Others are starting to consider their job options.

The Associated General Contractors San Diego Chapter announced Thursday it plans to open a fall protection training campus on July 28.

Due to decades of poor planning and oversight, the municipal airports at Brown and Montgomery fields have been missing major opportunities to build revenue and attract business developments, while their infrastructure continues to deteriorate, according to an auditor's report aired before the San Diego City Council this week.

(AP) -- Legislation advancing in California would require short-term rental housing websites including Airbnb to warn users they may be violating their leases.

Two projects in the East Village that have come under scrutiny for the developer-selection process are moving forward and the city of San Diego, represented by Civic San Diego, will now enter into exclusive agreements with the two developers — one for each site.

The Coronado City Council approved, by a vote of 4-1, a Wayfinding Signage Program for the city at its June meeting.

A new, fifth concept for the next 20 years of proposed development at Lindbergh Field was discussed Tuesday at an open house hosted by the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.

(AP) -- A 360-degree view of metropolitan Los Angeles will be available from an observation deck, bar and restaurant atop the tallest building in the West.

San Diego Unified School District held a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday to launch a major renovation project at Crawford High School.

Dempsey Construction has started two construction projects on the University of San Diego campus.

The San Diego City Council voted 6-3 on Tuesday to spend $2.1 million on an environmental impact report for the Chargers stadium project, as part of what the Chargers' attorney refers to as a "misbegotten, doomed legal strategy" to keep the team in the city.

Host Hotels & Resorts (NYSE: HST), the owner of the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, announced a $7 million marina renovation that will begin in the final quarter of 2015.

The luxury hotel Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina has scheduled a $7 million marina renovation planned to begin in late 2015, including the replacement or repair of wood and concrete structures, power panels, rub rails and cleats throughout the 446-slip marina.

San Diego-based BNBuilders is completing construction and renovations at University of California Irvine and California State University Long Beach during the summer break.

The San Diego City Council on Monday unanimously adopted a plan to cut the city's landfill-bound waste to zero over the next 25 years.

(AP) -- Malibu residents are cheering plans to make major safety improvements along Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) in an attempt to curb deaths on the famous and beloved stretch of road.

Business and professional groups are hosting a range of activities this week.

Located at The Carlsbad Raceway Business Center, an 80,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution center at 3200 Lionshead Ave. is being developed by Burke Real Estate Group, a local firm.

(AP) -- A tapped out turf rebate budget has the Metropolitan Water District (MWB) halting its application process for customers who rip out their lawns and replace them with drought-friendly landscaping.

A group spearheaded by Los Angeles retail developer Rick Caruso has gathered more than 20,000 signatures to put an initiative on next year's ballot to allow a Nordstrom-anchored retail mall on 26 acres of land surrounding Carlsbad's Agua Hedionda Lagoon, while preserving 176 acres for open space.

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