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City Council to take up One Paseo again

San Diego City Council will decide May 18 whether to rescind its approval of One Paseo, Carmel Valley’s 1.4 million-square-foot mixed-use development, or send the project to the voters.

GENERAL

Living wage anniversary becomes minimum wage rally

Former San Diego City Councilmembers Toni Atkins, Donna Frye, Tony Young, Michael Zucchet and Ralph Inzunza had a reunion of sorts at the Civic Center on Friday, where they celebrated the 10th anniversary of their successful vote to raise the minimum wage that city contractors pay their workers.

LAW

Legal memos fuel debate about Civic San Diego

Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez says a recent opinion issued by the state Legislature's legal counsel makes clear that the powers granted to Civic San Diego by the city do not comply with California law.

HEALTH

Senate Finance Committee takes 'fresh look' at medical device tax

GENERAL

Council debates push for homeowners to pay sidewalk repairs

FINANCE

Countdown is underway for interest rate liftoff

TECHNOLOGY

Rise in biotech IPOs is ‘new normal’ for industry

GENERAL

Faulconer unveils Plaza de Panama makeover

GENERAL

Mayor cuts red tape, pledges 300 miles of street repairs

SPORTS

Report: Carson NFL stadium project up for vote lacks detailed plans

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US Congress deadlines Calif. water studies

A House panel passed legislation this past week designed to speed up the federal government's study of five major water-storage projects in California.

City Council to take up One Paseo again

San Diego City Council will decide May 18 whether to rescind its approval of One Paseo, Carmel Valley’s 1.4 million-square-foot mixed-use development, or send the project to the voters.

Living wage anniversary becomes minimum wage rally

Former San Diego City Councilmembers Toni Atkins, Donna Frye, Tony Young, Michael Zucchet and Ralph Inzunza had a reunion of sorts at the Civic Center on Friday, where they celebrated the 10th anniversary of their successful vote to raise the minimum wage that city contractors pay their workers.

New undocumented driver's license law tests employers

A California law prohibiting discrimination against those possessing AB 60 licenses -- driver’s licenses for undocumented persons -- has created some confusion and challenges for employers.

Attorneys are busy studying up on revisions to local bankruptcy rules

San Diego bankruptcy attorneys are working to make sure fellow practitioners are up to date on recent revisions to local bankruptcy rules and administrative procedures within the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of California.

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In The News

April 24, 2015 -- San Diego’s business news has the One Paseo project going back to the City Council, and George Chamberlin writing about how Real Estate is the No. 1 investment for Americans right now.

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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.

From the Front

PACIFIC OCEAN (April 16, 2015) -- An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 8, conducts a helicopter visit, board, search, and seizure training exercise with Range Support Craft (RSC) 1 off the coast of San Diego.

PACIFIC OCEAN (April 16, 2015) -- An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 8, conducts a helicopter visit, board, search, and seizure training exercise with Range Support Craft (RSC) 1 off the coast of San Diego. HSC-8 provides vertical lift search and rescue, logistics, anti-surface warfare, special operations forces support, and combat search and rescue capabilities. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Daniel M. Young

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