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One Paseo Project In Carmel Valley Gets Its Public Hearing Monday

Feb. 18
Midday Edition
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It will be up to the San Diego City Council to decide whether to approve the $650 million One Paseo multi-use project in Carmel Valley that some residents say is too dense and will bring too much traffic to the area.

Old San Diego Library Becomes East Village Eyesore

Feb. 18
By Matthew Bowler
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San Diego's old, vacant downtown library is sitting fowl while neighbors, politicians and business people wonder what's next.

SDG&E Gets $5M Grant To Expand Borrego Springs Microgrid

Feb. 17
By City News Service
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The state grant will help the utility company provide electricity to all 2,800 customers in Borrego Springs.

San Diego Dockworkers Again Locked Out As West Coast Labor Dispute Continues

Feb. 16
By Tarryn Mento
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San Diego is a smaller port and ships weren't scheduled to come in during the lockout, but larger places like Long Beach and Los Angeles are seeing a build up of ships.

State Senator Says Event Honoring Ex-CPUC Chief Shameful

Feb. 13
By Associated Press
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Peevey was honored for a lifetime of service to the people of California at a $250-a-plate dinner in San Francisco Thursday night.

Roundtable Looks At Sempra Vs. Azano, SDPD Pay Raises, Wacky Waterfront Projects

Feb. 13
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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Bribery accusations highlight the prolonged battle between Mexican businessman Jose Azano and Sempra Energy. Will increased take-home pay mean more San Diego Police Department officers stay here? And what's up with all the waterfront proposals?

'Mitigation Bankers' See Profit in Converting Developed Land Back Into Natural Habitat

Feb. 12
By Alison St John
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Private companies called “Mitigation Bankers” find it can pay to turn developed land back into wetlands, and sell it to developers to mitigate for projects elsewhere. But, not everyone buys into that idea.

Military Contractors Talk Budgets, Technology In San Diego

Feb. 11
By Erik Anderson
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West 2015 is the largest gathering of defense contractors on the West Coast, and the conference is focused on the nation's naval forces.

Work Slows Down At West Coast Ports As Labor Talks Drag On

Feb. 11
By City News Service
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The ports of San Diego and 28 other West Coast ports will again be partially shut down for four of the next five days as a labor dispute continues between port employers and the dockworkers' union.

Target To Pay $4M To Settle Complaint It Overcharged Customers

Feb. 10
By City News Service
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Under the settlement, in which Target admitted no wrongdoing, the company will pay more than $3.3 million in penalties, reimburse the investigating agencies $388,618 in costs and pay $200,000 in restitution to consumers.