Developer blasts Civic San Diego selection process

A developer that was not chosen by a Civic San Diego panel to pursue mixed-use projects at two East Village sites has alleged the selection process was deficient and called for a halt to further action on competing proposals.


Council evaluates new taxes to repair infrastructure

Members of San Diego City Council last week began trying to decide the combination of taxes, bonds and fees to use to help bridge the $1.7 billion gap the city will need to repair its infrastructure over the next five years.


County names new deputy public health officer

San Diego County recently named Sayone Thihalolipavan, M.D., M.P.H., as its new deputy public health officer.


San Diego works to keep Comic-Con in town through 2018


Tony Young partners with Southwest Strategies


Innovate 78 officials welcome growth in North County

San Diego adds deputy COO to public works team


Gonzalez asks Robert E. Lee Elementary School to change name

County approves $5.41 billion budget

Cisterra, Holland chosen developers of East Village sites

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Voters' perceptions of inequality are wrong

On most contentious issues, our perceptions often diverge from reality.

What draws people to white supremacy

In the wake of news reports that Dylann Roof, the suspect in the June 24 horrific massacre at Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, had become attracted to the ideology of white supremacy, I decided to make a visit, albeit a virtual one, to that world.

A catch in the court's Obamacare ruling

Thursday's Supreme Court decision to uphold a pivotal regulation under the Affordable Care Act is, of course, a tremendous victory for the Barack Obama administration.

Gay marriage won't be controversial for long

Marriage equality is the law of the land.

Obama euology stakes black claims on history

The president of the United States is a black man. That's not news. But Friday it nonetheless became new.

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San Diego’s business news has the City Council deciding how to bridge a $1.7 billion infrastructure gap, and the Robert Green Co. urging Civic San Diego’s board to investigate its project selection process. 

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Scott Lawn on landscaping solutions during drought

May 29, 2015 -- George Chamberlin and Scott Lawn, owner of Greenway Lawn Aeration, talk about ways to save landscaping and lawns during drought conditions by aerating lawns, installing updated sprinkler systems, and more.

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SAN DIEGO (June 25, 2015) -- Sailors stand at parade rest during a change of command ceremony for the guided-missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59). Capt. Chuck Good turned over command to Capt. Chris Alexander.

SAN DIEGO (June 25, 2015) -- Sailors stand at parade rest during a change of command ceremony for the guided-missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59). Capt. Chuck Good turned over command to Capt. Chris Alexander. Princeton recently completed a 16-month mid-life shipyard overhaul and is now in the basic phase of training for a future deployment with a carrier strike group. U.S. Navy photo By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Zachary Bell

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Interview with Booz Allen Hamilton's Greg Wenzel

Greg Wenzel, executive vice president and lead for digital solutions and C4ISR at Booz Allen Hamilton, talks about the modern digital ecosystem and Internet of Things that can create an enterprise effect across the federal government and military orgnizations through secure interoperability for efficiency and effectiveness.


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