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City To Expedite Audit To Answer Why Hundreds Of San Dieg...

City To Expedite Audit To Answer Why Hundreds Of San Diego Water Bills Are So High

Feb. 15
By KPBS News

The audit of the city utilities department's water billing procedures is being fast-tracked and expanded, Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced Thursday, as officials seek more answers about how 343 residents were overcharged by as much as $420 due to one employee's misreading of water meters.

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.

City To Host Workshop For Water Customers Who Were Overch...

City To Host Workshop For Water Customers Who Were Overcharged

Feb. 15
By City News Service

The city utilities department is hosting a workshop Thursday to help out water customers who believe they were overcharged due to meter misreading.

Digging Into The Data: How Attainable Is The California D...

Digging Into The Data: How Attainable Is The California Dream Today?

Feb. 15
Matt Levin/CALMatters

No one has the exact same definition of the California dream. Ask the 39 million current Californians about what the dream should be, and aside from most of us agreeing that the daily temperature should dip no colder than the mid-50s, you’ll likely get 39 million very different answers.

New Bike Sharing Program Launching In San Diego

New Bike Sharing Program Launching In San Diego

Feb. 15
By Andrew Bowen

Dockless bike sharing company LimeBike says it is starting operations in the city of San Diego on Thursday, promising to offer residents a cheaper and more convenient option to get around the city on two wheels.

National Study: San Diego’s Fern Street Circus Helps At-R...

National Study: San Diego’s Fern Street Circus Helps At-Risk Youth Develop Social And Emotional Skills

Feb. 15
By Katie Schoolov

A new study shows an unusual type of after-school program is especially helpful for at-risk youth: the circus.

San Diego Case Will Be Second In State Challenging Gang D...

San Diego Case Will Be Second In State Challenging Gang Database

Feb. 15
By Claire Trageser

A new state law that went into effect at the beginning of last year allows people listed in CalGang to challenge their designations as gang members.

La Jolla Playhouse Highlights The Needs Of Military Famil...

La Jolla Playhouse Highlights The Needs Of Military Families

Feb. 14
By Steve Walsh

"Home of the Brave" uses the real experiences of military children to tell their stories, in a production now touring San Diego County schools as part of the La Jolla Playhouse's annual Performance Outreach Program.

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.

Coalition Calls On County Supervisors To Add Evening Budg...

Coalition Calls On County Supervisors To Add Evening Budget Hearing

Feb. 14
By Tarryn Mento

A handful of speakers Wednesday called on elected officials to reverse their decision to not hold an evening meeting. More than 275 signed petitions in support of an evening meeting were also submitted to the board.