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Temporary Urban Park Opens Saturday In East Village

March 6
By Claire Trageser
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A vacant lot in downtown San Diego has been transformed into an urban park with a dog run, coffee shop, stage and beer garden.

Roundtable: Jessica's Law Ruling, PUC Investigations, City Permit Process

March 6
By Pat Finn, Tom Fudge
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The California Supreme Court struck down part of Jessica's Law. State and federal authorities are investigating whether California public utilities commissioners were too chummy with those they regulate. And surprise! It takes less time to get a development permit in San Diego than it did nine years ago.

Councilman Proposes 311 System For City Of San Diego

March 6
By City News Service
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Councilman Mark Kersey is proposing that the city of San Diego create a phone system that will serve as a "one-stop shop" for residents who need city information and services.

San Diego Mayor Wants To Fix How City Fixes Its Infrastructure

March 5
By Tarryn Mento
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Mayor Kevin Faulconer unveiled plans Thursday to update how the city repairs assets such as roads, water pipes and sewer lines.

Issue Of Elected Officials' Salaries Headed To San Diego City Council

March 5
By Claire Trageser
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Right now, the City Council votes on whether to give itself a raise. That’s awkward for politicians, and so they haven’t approved an increase in 13 years.

Republican Assemblyman Rocky Chavez Will Run For US Senate Seat

March 5
By City News Service, Associated Press
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Rocky Chavez, a former Oceanside city councilman and Marine colonel, was first elected to the Assembly in 2012 and re-elected in November.

A Closer Look At San Diego's Ambitious Climate Plan

March 5
By Claire Trageser
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San Diego's Climate Action Plan has several ambitious goals, including changing the way people get around and where their energy comes from. A new nonprofit group is working to make sure the plan stays ambitious.

Residents Take A Swing At Rezoning The Escondido Country Club

March 5
By Alison St John
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The fate of the former Escondido Country Club remains undecided, but residents will tell the city what they would like to see happen to the now-brown golf course at a public workshop Thursday.

San Diego City Committee Approves Regulations To Support Small Homes

March 4
By City News Service
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Developers would find it easier to subdivide certain lots and build small, single-family homes under a series of measures tentatively approved by a San Diego City Council committee.

California Lawmaker Pushes Vaccinations For Day Care Workers

March 4
By Associated Press
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A California lawmaker wants to require all day care and pre-school workers to get vaccinated in the wake of a measles outbreak.

Helix Environmental: San Diego Attorney's Wife Did Not Disclose Role In His Firm

March 3
By Brad Racino / inewsource and Brooke Williams / inewsource
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The environmental consulting firm that employed attorney Cory Briggs’ wife added another layer to the conflict-of-interest inquiry surrounding the couple, saying it did not know she had a position in Briggs’ law firm.

First Legal San Diego Medical Pot Co-Op Wants To Set A High Bar

March 3
By Tarryn Mento
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San Diego medical marijuana patients could buy their pot from the city’s first legal store by next week. The cooperative’s owners are taking great care to exceed the minimum requirements.

Battle Over One Paseo Development Not Over Yet

March 3
By Alison St John
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The San Diego City Council voted 7-2 to approve the Carmel Valley development, but opponents have launched a petition drive to overturn that decision.

Council Accepts Funding For 100-Year-Old North Park Bridge

March 3
By City News Service
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The Georgia Street bridge, built in 1914 and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998, requires seismic retrofitting and other upgrades.

Contested Transcript Of San Diego Attorney Cory Briggs’ Wife Released

March 3
By Brad Racino / inewsource and Brooke Williams / inewsource
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The lawyer for Cory Briggs’ wife released the document Monday, saying she had no objection. It shows she was associated with her husband’s law firm for the past 20 years while also working for a consulting firm that did business with local governments he sued.

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