San Diego News

Fri, Feb 15, 2013

After seven years as president and chief executive of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association, Lani Lutar is leaving to become executive director of the Equinox Center, a think tank focused on improving the region’s environment, economy and quality of life.

Pacific Imperial Railroad Inc. announced Friday an update to its operations, as well as changes to its management team.

The Bernard E. Witkin Awards ceremony will be held Thursday, March 7, at the Admiral Kidd Catering and Conference Center.


A flurry of patients are waltzing into Dr. Scott Miller’s plastic surgery office, requesting a fresher look. They aren’t trophy wives, but rather an unlikely candidate that’s worried about their appearance: male technology executives.

As the defense industry copes with Pentagon cutbacks, a U.S. trade official last week urged local military contractors to look abroad for more customers.

George Washington once wrote, “The views of men can only be known, or guessed at, by their words or actions." Honor the nation’s first president on this Presidents’ Day by listening to the words of fellow business leaders and take action by attending one of the following events this week.

California Western School of Law professors Justin P. Brooks and Jan Stiglitz, and attorneys Alissa L. Bjerkhoel (CWSL class of 2008) and Michael A. Semanchik (2010) have been named Attorneys of the Year by California Lawyer magazine.

A new judge presiding over the cases against more than a dozen defendants facing various charges of corruption in multiple South County school and college districts has pushed back the defendants’ arraignment dates once again.

It’s a slow week for construction at municipalities and public education boards, with President’s Day on Monday.

Loud music and bright lights kicked off an upbeat annual meeting for the San Diego Tourism Authority on Valentine’s Day.

The HOA management industry is in the midst of a shift from those who influence community management, to those who advance community management through new and innovative ways. There is a definite shift in paradigm from the old ways of thinking.

Girls on the Run of San Diego, a character development and fitness program for girls 8 to 13 years old, will benefit from the Association of Corporate Counsel’s 12th Annual Black and White Ball on Saturday, March 2.

The city of Temecula is offering classes that will provide a basic overview of patents, copyrights and trademarks, while also answering questions about preparing patent applications and how to file for a patent.

A San Diego Gas & Electric substation exploded near Bonita late last night, bursting into a fire that lasted nearly five hours.

Fourteen of the 18 cities within San Diego County will see an increase in their pension payment in the upcoming fiscal year, with a total debt of $800 million, according to a report from the San Diego Taxpayers Association.

Southern California gas prices aren't showing consumers much love on Valentine's Day, having jumped more than 50 cents in the last month and about 11 cents in the last week.

Carlsbad-based ViaSat Inc.’s Exede Satellite Internet service lived up to its name last year, exceeding its advertised broadband speed, according to the Federal Communications Commission’s annual report on broadband speeds.

Apartment construction, operations and residents contributed $191 billion to California’s economy, supporting 4.5 million jobs in 2011, according to a report released this past week by the National Multi Housing Council (NMHC) and the National Apartment Association (NAA).

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The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Feb. 18, 1918 issue:

Loews Coronado Bay Resort has undergone a redesign of its lobby, Bay Terrace, Cays Lounge, Market Café and Market-to-Go, wrapping up a nine-month-long transformation on the heels of additional renovations to the meeting space, corridors and guestroom bathrooms, totaling an investment of $12 million over the last three years.

Cumming Corp., a San Diego-based international project and cost management firm, delivered services on more than $7 billion worth of projects in 2012, according to company President Pete Heald at a recent open house at its headquarters.

The lessee of the Deal of the Week was represented by Dave Hagglund, of CBRE (NYSE: CBG). The lessor was represented by Scott Duhs, of Duhs Commercial Inc.

Bernardo Heights Plaza, a 37,729-square-foot, Sprouts-anchored shopping center in Rancho Bernardo at 15727 and 15731 Bernardo Heights Pkwy., San Diego, 92128, has been sold for approximately $12.45 million. The transaction involved payment of $3,555,500 and assumption of an August 2007 loan of $9.6 million. The outstanding balance is $8,894,660.

Fri, Feb 15, 2013

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