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Airbnb Says It Generated $7M In Tax Revenue For San Diego

Airbnb Says It Generated $7M In Tax Revenue For San Diego

Jan. 17
By City News Service

Operations by online vacation rental broker Airbnb last year generated $7 million in tax revenue for the city of San Diego, the company announced Tuesday.

San Diego-Tijuana Leaders Hope To Influence Trump's Border Policies

San Diego-Tijuana Leaders Hope To Influence Trump's Border Policies

Jan. 17
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego and Tijuana officials and business leaders will meet Wednesday to discuss the region’s potential to influence President-elect Donald Trump’s border and immigration policies.

Upgraded Environmental Justice Tool Shows Barrio Logan Still Vulner...

Upgraded Environmental Justice Tool Shows Barrio Logan Still Vulnerable To Pollution

Jan. 17
By Erik Anderson

California has just completed a major update of the state's groundbreaking health screening tool for communities.

San Diego Economist Alan Nevin Discusses America's 'Great Divide'

San Diego Economist Alan Nevin Discusses America's 'Great Divide'

Jan. 17
By Marissa Cabrera, Alison St John

In his new book, "The Great Divide: The True Story of America Tomorrow", Nevin details the demographic and economic future of California and other key U.S. states.

Imperial Beach, National City And The Pursuit Of Sales Tax Money

Imperial Beach, National City And The Pursuit Of Sales Tax Money

Jan. 16
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

Imperial Beach hopes that a new shopping center will boost its low return on sales tax receipts.

Roundtable:  The Chargers Are Dead To San Diego

Roundtable: The Chargers Are Dead To San Diego

Jan. 13
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

The San Diego Chargers skipped town, took a powder, left us in the lurch. So we have to find out how to be a big city without an NFL team and figure out what to do with all that Mission Valley property.

As San Diego Leaders Vow Action On Homelessness, Child Lives In Per...

As San Diego Leaders Vow Action On Homelessness, Child Lives In Peril On Streets

Jan. 13
By Susan Murphy

Desire Navas' childhood is unfolding on the streets of San Diego's East Village. Her neighbors are 1,100 other homeless who sleep outside on the sidewalks.

San Diego Mayor Announces Tax Proposal In State Of The City Address

San Diego Mayor Announces Tax Proposal In State Of The City Address

Jan. 12
By Andrew Bowen, City News Service

Mayor Kevin Faulconer Thursday night proposed increasing San Diego's hotel room tax to expand the convention center, pay for more road repair and fund programs to get the growing number of homeless off the city's streets.

Organization Helps San Diego Homeless Prepare For Wet Weather

Organization Helps San Diego Homeless Prepare For Wet Weather

Jan. 12
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

The city of San Diego and the county have opened their emergency shelter programs due to the coming rain and low temperatures. Despite this, many of the county's homeless won't be in shelters during the bad weather.

Californians Say Climate Change Effects Already Seen

Californians Say Climate Change Effects Already Seen

Jan. 11
By Tom Fudge

A new Public Policy Institute of California poll shows nearly two thirds of Californians believe the effects of global warming are already apparent.