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Unemployment In San Diego Drops To 4.2 Percent

Unemployment In San Diego Drops To 4.2 Percent

March 24
By City News Service

The rate is down from 4.5 percent in January. It's also below the 4.8 percent recorded in the same period last year, according to a new report.

City Council Committee Advances Short-Term Rental Rules

City Council Committee Advances Short-Term Rental Rules

March 24
By City News Service

A City Council committee failed to reach a consensus Friday on the thorny issue of regulating short-term vacation rental properties in San Diego and moved along three proposed options without recommending a preferred alternative.

Nonprofit Developers Strive To Preserve Affordable Housing

Nonprofit Developers Strive To Preserve Affordable Housing

March 24
By Katie Schoolov, Alison St John

While cities struggle to get approval for higher density and new affordable housing, older affordable housing is disappearing.

Poverty High In National City, Imperial Beach, Report Finds

Poverty High In National City, Imperial Beach, Report Finds

March 24
By Claire Trageser

In National City, the median income in 2015 was $44,694 a year, and in Imperial Beach it was $43,132 a year. Both fall far below the median income of $67,320 a year in all of San Diego County.

Trump's Border Wall Could Be Built By San Diego Companies

Trump's Border Wall Could Be Built By San Diego Companies

March 23
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego may have a central role in the construction of the new U.S.-Mexico border wall as local companies rush to bid.

Mayor Faulconer Wants Hotel Room Tax Bill On November's Ballot

Mayor Faulconer Wants Hotel Room Tax Bill On November's Ballot

March 23
By City News Service

Voters could be asked to decide this November whether to fund a waterfront expansion of the San Diego Convention Center, officials with Mayor Kevin Faulconer's office said Wednesday.

Proposed Federal Budget, Tax Code Changes Could Affect Housing

Proposed Federal Budget, Tax Code Changes Could Affect Housing

March 22
By Alison St John

Proposed budget changes from President Trump's administration may hurt access to affordable housing for people with the lowest incomes, the disabled and seniors, but could help more middle-income working families.

New Nonprofit Launches Barista Training Program For Homeless, At-Ri...

New Nonprofit Launches Barista Training Program For Homeless, At-Risk Youth

March 22
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The San Diego Coffee Training Institute aims to recruit, train and provide job placement for the homeless, at-risk youth and low-income individuals.

SDSU Seeks To Buy, Lease Qualcomm Stadium Property

SDSU Seeks To Buy, Lease Qualcomm Stadium Property

March 21
By Erik Anderson, Christopher Underwood

San Diego State University issued a proposal Monday for the redevelopment of the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley.

Board Of Supervisors Considers Excess County Property For Affordabl...

Board Of Supervisors Considers Excess County Property For Affordable Housing

March 21
By City News Service

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors has voted to consider developing excess county property into affordable housing, as part of its overall, five-year plan for capital improvements.

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