San Diego News

Wed, Nov 14, 2012

The person in charge of financing the Navy's current and future warfare requirements paid San Diego a visit on Wednesday to discuss the military's future in the face of fiscal uncertainty.

Scott Peters added more to his lead Wednesday in the race for the 52nd Congressional District seat against incumbent Brian Bilbray, as reported by another round of absentee ballot counts from the San Diego County Registrar of Voters. The same goes for Dave Roberts and his lead in his contest against Steve Danon for the District 3 Board of Supervisors slot.

In an attempt to combat neighborhood blight, the city of San Diego has created a database to track properties through the foreclosure process.

Brian Malarkey, known for offering rich food and drinks at his upscale restaurants around the county, is expanding into the fast casual segment by planting another healthy café at one of Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc.’s life sciences campuses.

With a celebratory ribbon-cutting at its new Receiving and Distribution Center Wednesday, San Diego International Airport officially completed the first project in its history to utilize a public-private partnership.

A needed traffic signal in Murrieta at Date Street and Kingwood Road will be installed with funding from the city's Neighborhood Traffic Management Program CIP account. The signal is scheduled to be turned on Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 10 a.m.

"An Evening of Vivaldi," St. Bartholomew's second Concert Series event, takes place on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m.

St. Bart's Academy of Music and the Arts announces the addition of a new instructor in piano and voice, Brian Wahlstrom. The first lesson with Brian is free.

InSoCal Connect and the city of Murrieta hosted a press conference Nov. 13 at which InSoCal Connect unveiled its new Innovation Assets Report for the Murrieta/Riverside/University of California Riverside/Temecula Innovation Corridor region.

Alliant School of Management (ASM) Professor Dr. Cornelis Los has been invited to serve on the Research Council of the prestigious Indian Institute of Finance.

The city block bounded by Third and Fourth avenues and Grape and Fir streets near downtown and Bankers Hill had been a parking lot since 1947. And before that it was the location of the historic Florence Hotel, before it burned down.

The Rev. Dr. Judith Allison will be the facilitator for Advent Quiet Hours at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church. Advent Quiet Hours is a time for peace and preparation for this holy and penitential season -- to "light our lamps" as we watch, wait and open our hearts and minds to receive the blessings of the Incarnation.

Join the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service along with other local, national and international partners in Los Angeles, Tuesday, Dec. 4, and San Diego, Thursday, Dec. 6, for engaging and interactive workshops addressing the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and related trade compliance requirements, responsibilities, roles, problems, exposure, liability and risk that organizations and individuals face.

You are invited to participate in and contribute to these unique, practical application-oriented sessions.

The San Diego Center for International Trade Development at Southwestern College (CITD) signed a strategic alliance memorandum with the Mexican Business Council of Foreign Trade, Investment, and Technology (known as COMCE) and the Tijuana Economic Development Corp. (known as DEITAC) during the Tijuana Innovadora 2012 conference.

The Los Angeles Regional Export Council (LAREXC) is sponsoring a trade mission to South America with Los Angles Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Nov. 25t through Dec. 4. The trade mission, funded in part through California STEP, will visit Chile, Brazil, and Colombia.

Baja's Third International Aerospace Supplier Forum on Nov. 15, will bring together buyers and suppliers from across the region. The forum will provide attendees with an overview of current and future business opportunities in the aerospace industry in Baja California.

Judge George "Woody" Clarke, a DNA expert and trial lawyer who helped prosecute O.J. Simpson, died Tuesday. He was 61.


San Diego-based OncoSec Medical Inc. (OTCBB: ONCS), a company developing its advanced-stage ImmunoPulse DNA-based immunotherapy and NeoPulse therapy to treat solid tumors, announced positive interim results from a phase 4 trial investigating the use of NeoPulse in skin cancer patients.

San Diego-based Borrego Solar Systems Inc. has been certified by the Department of Energy's Federal Energy Management Program as a pre-qualified Energy Service Company, allowing the company to perform energy savings performance contracting directly with all federal agencies.

The board of directors of Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE) announced that CEO Debra L. Reed has been elected chairman of the company.

The $25,000 grant awarded annually by San Diego Gas & Electric to the area’s most exemplary environmental steward now has a short list of potential recipients, as the San Diego River Park Foundation announced eight finalists at the organization’s Eco Ambassadors People’s Choice Awards Kick-off Breakfast Tuesday.

Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc announced it has expanded its license agreement with the University of Pennsylvania, adding worldwide rights to technology and intellectual property for novel synthetic vaccines against cancer, infectious diseases and potential biodefense pathogens, and Leap Wireless International Inc announced the launch of 4G LTE service in Philadelphia, Phoenix, Houston and South Texas, according to company announcements, SEC filings and Bloomberg News.

The following "Local Notes" appeared in The Daily Transcript's Nov. 15, 1996 issue:
Nearly 50,000 hotel rooms have been booked for the month of December for 27 scheduled meetings, the San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau announced Thursday. Of this, the bureau's sales and marketing departments brought in 20 meetings and nearly 40,000 room nights.

Villa Norte, a 19,702-square-foot, mixed-use property consisting of separate two-story buildings -- with ground-floor retail and second-story office space at 3211-3251 Holiday Court, La Jolla 92037 -- has been sold for $7.56 million, cash. The buyer was Bartell Hotels Management Company, a California property management firm, 4875 N. Harbor Drive, San Diego 92106.

(AP) -- An invasive beetle that attacks oak trees has been found in a California black oak tree in the Riverside County mountain town of Idyllwild.

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