General Dynamics NASSCO has completed 97 percent of the work on the Navy’s first mobile landing platform (MLP) vessel, the Montford Point. The ship is set to be christened March 2 and will be delivered to the Navy in May.
Carmel Valley’s One Paseo project could be a “model project" for the city and the region, if the benefits outweigh the concerns and the planning board recommends the project to the San Diego City Council for approval.
Much attention at the San Diego Zoo has been given in recent months to giant panda cub Xiao Liwu, born last summer on zoo grounds. But this summer, the zoo plans on catering to lovers of a smaller variety of cuteness: the koala.
Since opening in 1999, Legoland California has expanded to include more than 60 rides, shows and hands-on attractions including the only Legoland Water Park in the world, Pirate Shores, the Sea Life Aquarium and Miniland USA, which reproduces seven areas in the United States and is constructed using 20 million Lego bricks.
The new owners of Belmont Park in Mission Beach have started meeting with residents, planning groups and associations to get a sense of what the community would like to see at the entertainment center.
In April, the Regional Water Quality Control Board will make an important decision about how San Diego is going to reduce the amount of pollutants that enter our local storm drains. The MS-4 permit, or stormwater permit, will be updated with the goal of reducing contaminants from rain water runoff.
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In the face of a changing marketplace and continual challenges for the industry, find out what construction plans are currently in the works and how San Diego developers are changing the region's landscape.