Stories for December 30, 2009
The San Diego County Water Authority says funding for commercial water conservation rebates has dried up for this fiscal year, but there is money for residential water-saving device rebates.
A California-based environmental group says several members of the California Legislature and the state's Congressional delegation voted for the environment 100 percent of the time. Three elected officials from San Diego made the list.
Starting Friday, restaurants in California can no longer use any oils, margarine or shortening that contain trans fats.
A new Director of Land Use and Transportation Planning officially takes over today at the San Diego Association of Governments, or SANDAG. Charles “Muggs” Stoll says next year will be an important one for San Diego planners.
A new Mexican law means less scheduling snafus this spring for people who cross the border between Tijuana and San Diego. The new law synchronizes daylight savings schedules in U.S. and Mexican border cities in 2010.
Julius Shulman's San Diego Photography Following "Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman"
Nobody captured modernism better than architectural photographer Julius Shulman and he photographed buildings and homes right here in San Diego. This Friday, "Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman" opens at Landmark's Ken Cinema and immediately following the 7:30pm screening, you can see a slide show of his San Diego work, courtesy of Modern San Diego.
The Centre City Development Corporation plans to remove contaminated soil from underneath a parking lot in the East Village of San Diego.