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7 Things To Understand About Community Choice In San Diego

7 Things To Understand About Community Choice In San Diego

July 21
By Claire Trageser

An alternative energy program that would bypass San Diego Gas & Electric is possible and cost-effective, according to a study published this month. But the study is more complicated than that, and there are a variety of terms and concepts to understand that show how the authors arrived at those answers.

Two Businessmen Announce Plan For Housing San Diego's Homeless

Two Businessmen Announce Plan For Housing San Diego's Homeless

July 21
By Susan Murphy

Two business leaders in San Diego announced a proposal on Thursday to shelter hundreds of homeless people in large industrial tents.

Qualcomm's Net Income Drops 40 Percent

Qualcomm's Net Income Drops 40 Percent

July 20
By City News Service

San Diego-based Qualcomm Wednesday reported $866 million in net income, or 58 cents per diluted share, in the third quarter of its fiscal year, compared to $1.4 billion, or 97 cents per diluted share, in the same period last year.

People Who Are Homeless Sue San Diego Over Citations, Arrests

People Who Are Homeless Sue San Diego Over Citations, Arrests

July 18
By City News Service

Ten homeless people filed a proposed federal class- action lawsuit on Monday that challenges the city of San Diego's enforcement of its encroachment ordinance as unconstitutional.

Del Mar Races See New Costs And Declining Revenues

Del Mar Races See New Costs And Declining Revenues

July 18
By Alison St John

Wednesday is opening day at the Del Mar racetrack. Horse racing is on the decline nationwide, forcing the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club to make some changes.

Roundtable: San Diego County Races, Bills On Housing And SANDAG, Pa...

Roundtable: San Diego County Races, Bills On Housing And SANDAG, Padres Midseason

July 14
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

There are new and familiar faces vying for County seats. Important bills on housing and SANDAG reform advance in Sacramento. And are the new faces on the Padres helping them advance?

Governor Jerry Brown Likely To Face Decision On 100 Percent Clean E...

Governor Jerry Brown Likely To Face Decision On 100 Percent Clean Electricity

July 14
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

A key vote this week in Sacramento has moved California closer than most people could imagine to a future in which all electricity — 100 percent of it — is produced without releasing more carbon into the air.

San Diego County On Track For A 50 Percent Housing Deficit By 2020

San Diego County On Track For A 50 Percent Housing Deficit By 2020

July 13
By Susan Murphy

San Diego’s housing crisis is expected to worsen over the next three years, driving more seniors and families out of the region, according to a report by the Regional Chamber of Commerce.

New Study Finds Use Of Community Choice Energy Feasible

New Study Finds Use Of Community Choice Energy Feasible

July 13
By Claire Trageser

Switching to an alternative energy program called community choice will help the city of San Diego use more renewable sources of energy and could lower electricity costs, according to a study published this week.

300 San Diego Ship Workers Face Layoffs

300 San Diego Ship Workers Face Layoffs

July 12
By City News Service

As many as 300 workers at BAE Systems in San Diego could lose their jobs in September because of a declining workload.