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County joins City Hall on Chargers plan

San Diego city and county officials on Thursday tentatively agreed to spend as much as half a million dollars on a joint plan to keep the Chargers from leaving town.

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One Paseo foes turn in 61,000 signatures for ballot

Thousands of signatures for and against One Paseo are now being tallied and verified by the San Diego County Registrar of Voters as the effort to put the 1.4-million-square-foot mixed-use development on a referendum enters its next chapter.

Civic San Diego tax-credit panel sets aside $17M

A Civic San Diego panel voted Tuesday to tentatively set aside $17 million in federal tax credits to support a planned co-work space in Normal Heights and help a local job training nonprofit serve more young adults.

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Council approves $120M infrastructure bond

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Crystal Pier gets remaining funds needed to finish restoration work

City Council approves $1.9M for year-round housing for homeless

Council seeks greater oversight of Civic San Diego fund

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Revolvis campaign ads win awards

One Paseo comes down to race for signatures

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Atmosphere affordable housing development secures financing

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County joins City Hall on Chargers plan

San Diego city and county officials on Thursday tentatively agreed to spend as much as half a million dollars on a joint plan to keep the Chargers from leaving town.

City, county join forces to explore stadium options

San Diego Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer, City Attorney Jan Goldsmith, San Diego County Supervisors Dianne Jacob and Ron Roberts, and City Councilmembers Myrtle Cole and Scott Sherman announced a partnership between the city and county to work collaboratively and share consultant costs for a potential new stadium for the Chargers.

UK elections promise nasty constitutional crisis

British politics seems to be heading for a constitutional crisis after elections on May 7.

Civic San Diego tax-credit panel sets aside $17M

A Civic San Diego panel voted Tuesday to tentatively set aside $17 million in federal tax credits to support a planned co-work space in Normal Heights and help a local job training nonprofit serve more young adults.

One Paseo foes turn in 61,000 signatures for ballot

Thousands of signatures for and against One Paseo are now being tallied and verified by the San Diego County Registrar of Voters as the effort to put the 1.4-million-square-foot mixed-use development on a referendum enters its next chapter.

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Mar. 26, 2015, 5:00 p.m. -- City and county officials announced a partnership between the city and county to work collaboratively and share consultant costs for a potential new stadium for the Chargers.

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DecoBike to roll out city's bike-sharing program in January

San Diego's new bike-sharing program is slated to begin in January. Florida-based DecoBike is setting up 180 solar-powered kiosks each with roughly 20 bicycle racks throughout the city and will manage, operate and fund the program. Reporter Carlos Rico provides details on how the program will work.

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SAN DIEGO (March 24, 2015) -- Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Zachary Trunk performs maintenance on vertical drop line lights aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76).

SAN DIEGO (March 24, 2015) -- Electrician's Mate 2nd Class Zachary Trunk performs maintenance on vertical drop line lights aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76). Ronald Reagan is undergoing a planned incremental availability maintenance period at Naval Base Coronado. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Jonathan Nelson

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