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High Temps Continue In San Diego (But Relief Is Right Around The Co...

High Temps Continue In San Diego (But Relief Is Right Around The Corner)

Sept. 26
By City News Service

Though autumn has been underway for four days, the San Diego area sweltered under a summery heat wave again Monday, courtesy of a high-pressure system lingering over the Mountain States on the eve of a predicted cool-down later in the week.

Coronado Schools On Minimum Day Schedule Due To Hot Weather

Coronado Schools On Minimum Day Schedule Due To Hot Weather

Sept. 26
By City News Service

The superintendent can make the declaration because many of the island's classrooms are not air-conditioned and occasionally suffer from extreme and unhealthy temperatures.

Progress Made On Mission Bay Project

Progress Made On Mission Bay Project

Sept. 26
By Erik Anderson

The push to create more wetland habitat on the north part of Mission Bay is moving forward with a key hearing this week.

Plans To Transform North Park Advance To San Diego City Council

Plans To Transform North Park Advance To San Diego City Council

Sept. 23
By Andrew Bowen

The San Diego Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of the North Park and Golden Hill community plan updates, lengthy documents that will play a role in meeting the city's environmental goals. A recent analysis cast doubt on whether the plans are sufficient to reduce the city's dependence on the automobile.

San Diego Predicts Shortcomings In Climate Plan's Transit Goals

San Diego Predicts Shortcomings In Climate Plan's Transit Goals

Sept. 20
By Andrew Bowen

An analysis commissioned by the city's planning department found far too many people will still be driving to work in two of the city's most urbanized neighborhoods. The city says the analysis did not account for other programs that will help meet the Climate Action Plan's ambitious transportation goals.

San Diego City Council Advances Balboa Park Parking Garage

San Diego City Council Advances Balboa Park Parking Garage

Sept. 19
By Andrew Bowen

The City Council voted to move forward a plan to close Balboa Park's Plaza de Panama to cars and reroute them to a new parking garage. There are several questions on how the city will pay for the project, which has grown in cost by $30 million.

Power Outages Linked To Lightning Strikes Leave Hundreds In The Dark

Power Outages Linked To Lightning Strikes Leave Hundreds In The Dark

Sept. 19
By City News Service

Power outages linked to thunderstorms and lightning strikes left more than 2,100 San Diego-area homes and businesses without electrical service for hours Monday.

California Moves To Regulate Cow And Landfill Emissions

California Moves To Regulate Cow And Landfill Emissions

Sept. 19
By Associated Press

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill that regulates — for the first time — greenhouse-gas emissions tied to dairy cows and landfills.

San Diego Native Tribes Rally Against North Dakota Oil Pipeline

San Diego Native Tribes Rally Against North Dakota Oil Pipeline

Sept. 16
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

A rally is scheduled for Saturday across the street from Belmont Park in Mission Beach.

California Governor Approves $900 Million For Environment

California Governor Approves $900 Million For Environment

Sept. 14
By Associated Press

The cap-and-trade dollars will cover clean-vehicle subsidies, urban parks and trees, home weatherization and transit programs.

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