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Retail Oasis Or Ghost Town? The Future Of San Diego Malls

June 19
By Neiko Will

Malls have long been blamed for the death of Main Street. But San Diego's Gaslamp District is having its revenge.

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San Diego Takes Steps To Alleviate Housing Crisis, Report Reveals

June 19
By City News Service

The city of San Diego has taken steps to address the housing shortage, though "it may take some time to start seeing results,'' according to a city report released on Tuesday.

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Sea Level Rise Could Sink California Property Values

June 18
By Erik Anderson

A new report says California property values along the coast could drop as the level of the ocean rises. The study found more than $15 billion worth of private property is at risk in California over the next 25 years.

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New Union-Tribune Owner Patrick Soon-Shiong Writes Letter To Readers

June 18
By City News Service

An immigrant who once bundled ink-fresh newspapers at a newspaper printing press took control of the San Diego Union-Tribune Monday, and promised in a letter to readers to fight fake news as if it were cancer.

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Unemployment Remains Flat In San Diego County

June 15
By City News Service

Unemployment in San Diego County remained flat at 2.9 percent in May as the labor market remained tight, according to statistics released Friday by the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation.

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Committee Advances Sale Of Properties For Affordable Housing Development

June 15
By City News Service

The San Diego City Council's Smart Growth and Land Use Committee Friday advanced the sale of unimproved City Heights properties slated to become affordable housing.

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San Diego: A Temporary Paradise?

June 14
By Alison St John, Pat Finn

A 44-year-old book looking at how to preserve San Diego’s uniqueness has been re-released. “Temporary Paradise?” is as relevant today as in 1974.

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Should Someone Making $200K A Year Get Help To Buy A House In California?

June 14
Matt Levin / CAL MATTERS

When the California Housing Finance Agency was created in 1975 during Governor Jerry Brown’s first term, the mission was simple: help low- and moderate-income families buy their first home. More than 40 years later, that goal is getting harder and harder to attain.

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'Brewchive' Tells The History Of San Diego Beer

June 13
By Alison St John, Brooke Ruth

Cal State San Marcos has a beer-centric special collection, one of only a few like it in the country. It’s called the "Brewchive."

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Officials Approve Convention Center Expansion Lease Agreement

June 13
By City News Service

The San Diego City Council and Port of San Diego Board of Port Commissioners both voted Tuesday to support a three-party settlement agreement to secure long-term control of the land needed to expand the San Diego Convention Center.

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