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Encinitas Hopes To Increase Housing Stock With Granny Flats

Encinitas Hopes To Increase Housing Stock With Granny Flats

Feb. 15
By Alison St John

The city has approved an ordinance making it easier for residents to build granny flats.

San Diego Lawmakers Introduce Bill Aimed At Creating Affo...

San Diego Lawmakers Introduce Bill Aimed At Creating Affordable Housing

Feb. 14
By Matt Hoffman

California’s Sustainable and Affordable Housing Act would incentivize developers with a "floor area ratio (FAR)" that lawmakers said would create small and less expensive housing units.

San Diego Contemplates A Region Without Qualcomm

San Diego Contemplates A Region Without Qualcomm

Feb. 14
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Executives from rival chipmakers Qualcomm and Broadcom will have their first face-to-face meeting Wednesday to discuss Broadcom's $121 billion takeover bid, just days after Qualcomm rejected the offer.

City Approves Plan Giving Tax Incentives To Landowners Wh...

City Approves Plan Giving Tax Incentives To Landowners Who Use Land For Agriculture

Feb. 13
By City News Service

Owners of some vacant or blighted lots will be able to get a tax break in exchange for growing fruits and vegetables under a plan approved Tuesday by the San Diego City Council.

Advocates Rally For Minimum Wage Workers In San Diego

Advocates Rally For Minimum Wage Workers In San Diego

Feb. 12
By Matt Hoffman

Supporters of Fight for $15 and the Poor People’s Campaign took to the streets Monday, advocating for minimum wage earners.

How San Diego's Needy Families Can Get A Bigger Tax Refund

How San Diego's Needy Families Can Get A Bigger Tax Refund

Feb. 12
By Tarryn Mento

San Diegans lose out on an estimated $137 million in state and federal tax credits each year.

Roundtable: San Diego Union-Tribune Sold, Skyrocketing Wa...

Roundtable: San Diego Union-Tribune Sold, Skyrocketing Water Bills, Public Money For SDSU Expansion

Feb. 9
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

A biotech billionaire is buying The San Diego Union-Tribune and Los Angeles Times, local homeowners are seeing unexplained spikes in their water bills and new questions over whether San Diego State University's planned expansion would use public money.

Qualcomm Board Rejects $121B Buyout Offer From Broadcom

Qualcomm Board Rejects $121B Buyout Offer From Broadcom

Feb. 8
By City News Service

The Qualcomm Board of Directors Thursday unanimously rejected a revised $121 billion buyout offer from Broadcom.

Utilities Department Announces Over 300 Water Customers W...

Utilities Department Announces Over 300 Water Customers Were Overcharged

Feb. 8
By City News Service, Claire Trageser

The city utilities department announced Thursday that 343 water customers were overcharged as much as $420 due to meter misreading, possibly answering questions that left residents dumbfounded and city officials searching for solutions in recent weeks.

Solar Deal Shines On San Diego Sierra Club

Solar Deal Shines On San Diego Sierra Club

Feb. 7
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County’s Sierra Club stands to get a windfall from a local solar energy installer.

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