San Diego-Northeast

WATER

Damages due Water Authority in MWD lawsuit to be determined

Nearly one year after a San Francisco County Superior Court judge ruled in favor of the San Diego County Water Authority in a lawsuit alleging the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California had violated laws when setting rates applied to the Water Authority for 2011-2014, the second phase of the water rates lawsuit is set to start March 30 to determine damages due to the Water Authority.

GENERAL

Gas prices continue downward

Motorists most likely will see more gas stations setting prices less than $3 a gallon although overall retail prices inched downward last week, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California's Weekend Gas Watch.

FINANCE

County Parks and Rec announces new strategies to increase revenue

The San Diego County Parks and Recreation Department announced on Thursday new strategies to increase revenue and ensure the department is meeting the needs of residents.

LAW

Gov. Brown appoints two new San Diego Superior Court judges

CONSTRUCTION

Millennial homebuyers seek urban location, convenience

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Visitor Information

Starting with the development of Rancho Bernardo in the 60s, the northeastern edge of the City of San Diego began to attract residents and industry.  Almost all off the developments in this part of the city are master-planned communities. Commercial and residential areas are carefully planned and landscaped into the hills and mesas. 

I-15 runs through the center of the area providing access to downtown and other areas of the county.  The popular High Occupancy Vehicle lane provides commuters an express ride south every morning and north every evening.  SR-56 will provide easy access to the coast when it opens in 2005.

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Movie Theaters

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