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One Paseo Proposal To Return To San Diego City Council

April 24
By City News Service
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Opponents of a controversial development in Carmel Valley collected enough referendum petition signatures to force the San Diego City Council to either rescind its approval of the project or put the issue to voters.

Dollar Tree To Pay $3M In Lawsuit Against California DAs

April 24
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The Dollar Tree discount chain, which operates more than 30 stores in San Diego County, will pay to settle an environmental protection lawsuit filed by 45 California district attorneys and two city attorneys, including San Diego's.

Wait Times Grow Longer In San Diego For Section 8 Housing

April 24
By Megan Burks
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San Diegans who receive rental assistance are having a harder time finding landlords willing to accept their Section 8 vouchers.

Mexico Expected To Hasten New Otay Border Crossing Construction

April 24
By Jean Guerrero
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The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce says the Mexican government has agreed to prioritize the San Diego-Baja California border region's first toll-funded border crossing.

Former San Diego Council Members Celebrate 'Living Wage' Ordinance

April 24
By City News Service
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When the "Living Wage" ordinance was passed in 2005, it set a living hourly wage at $12 for contractors performing at least $500,000 worth of work for the city. The figure has since climbed to $14.17 an hour and is due to go up to $14.43 an hour on July 1.

San Diego Group Marks 25 Years Of Affordable Housing Advocacy

April 21
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The San Diego Housing Federation continues to advocate for affordable housing in the San Diego region as reports show the challenges in the housing market.

San Diego Homeless Advocates Work To Provide Year-Round Shelter

April 21
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Changes to temporary homeless shelters in San Diego left more people living on the streets as the city pivots to a permanent housing plan.

San Diego Council Committee To Talk Short-Term Vacation Rentals

April 21
By City News Service
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Nearly 1,800 owners of vacation rentals were registered with the city as of Feb. 10, but the city estimated around 3,100 properties were available to vacationers.

Scripps Research Institute Receives $3.8M To Fund Addiction Study

April 21
By City News Service
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The $3.8 million will fund a five-year study of brain mechanisms that suppress relapses of cocaine and alcohol addiction.

San Diego Hires Financial, Legal Consultants For Potential Stadium Project

April 20
By City News Service
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It's likely that any final stadium plan in San Diego will go to the public for approval in an election. A local group research group says a ballot measure would likely pass.

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