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One Paseo Proposal To Return To San Diego City Council

April 24
By City News Service
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Opponents of a controversial development in Carmel Valley collected enough referendum petition signatures to force the San Diego City Council to either rescind its approval of the project or put the issue to voters.

Former San Diego Council Members Celebrate 'Living Wage' Ordinance

April 24
By City News Service
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When the "Living Wage" ordinance was passed in 2005, it set a living hourly wage at $12 for contractors performing at least $500,000 worth of work for the city. The figure has since climbed to $14.17 an hour and is due to go up to $14.43 an hour on July 1.

How The Fall Of Saigon Made San Diego A Refugee Hub

April 24
By Megan Burks
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Some 50,000 Vietnamese refugees passed through Camp Pendleton in the months following the fall of Saigon. The size and duration of the crisis caused a shift in the way the United States approached resettlement, and paved the path for Burmese, East African and Iraqi refugees arriving in San Diego today.

Midway Air Boss Recounts Rescue Of Thousands As Saigon Fell

April 24
By Peggy Pico
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Midway Museum docent Vern Jumper talks about his experience as air traffic commander as thousands of American and Vietnamese were air lifted to the carrier during the fall of Saigon 40 years ago.

USS Midway Museum Teaches Lessons Of Vietnam War

April 24
By Dwane Brown
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The USS Midway was the longest-serving Navy aircraft carrier of the 20th Century. Now a museum on the San Diego Bay, the Midway is teaching visitors about it's role in the final days of the Vietnam War 40 years ago.

State Legislative Counsel Weighs In On Civic San Diego

April 23
By City News Service
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State legislative counsel said Civic San Diego does not have the authority to make final land use decisions.

Mayor Faulconer On San Diego Chargers, 2016 Budget, Water Enforcement

April 23
Midday Edition
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Mayor Kevin Faulconer talks about the chances of the Chargers staying in San Diego, his proposed 2016 budget, and enforcing mandatory water restrictions.

No Money Left For San Diego Turf Rebates Until July

April 23
By Claire Trageser
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The city of San Diego's money for a program that pays homeowners to take out their lawns has dried up in one week.

California Bill Would End Fines For Brown Lawns In Drought

April 23
By Associated Press
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AB1 by Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown prohibits cities from penalizing residents for having brown lawns.

Emerald Wants Her Chief Of Staff To Take Over San Diego Council Seat

April 22
By Matthew Bowler
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Councilwoman Marti Emerald, who has said she will not seek re-election next year, is giving her support to her chief of staff, Ricardo Flores.

San Diego Sidewalk Study Finds 78,000 Cracks And Bumps

April 22
By Claire Trageser
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The study took one and a half years to complete. City Councilman Mark Kersey said it will help the city prioritize what areas of the city to repair.

Hearing On Short-Term Vacation Rentals In San Diego Attracts Crowd

April 22
By City News Service
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The city began examining possible new rules for short-term vacation rentals but the overall process could take two years to implement.

After Delay, Lawmakers Approve California Vaccine Bill

April 22
By Associated Press
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The proposal would eliminate California's personal-belief and religious exemptions so unvaccinated children would not be able to attend public or private schools.

Chargers Praise Carson City Council Vote To Approve Stadium Proposal

April 22
By City News Service
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The Carson City Council voted 3-0 to approve plans for a $1.7 billion stadium that could be the team's new home, along with the Oakland Raiders.

Lawsuit Threatens Sweetwater's Tiered Water Rates But Not San Diego's

April 21
By Claire Trageser
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A court ruling Monday knocking down a water rate system in San Juan Capistrano likely won't affect most of San Diego County, except at Chula Vista's Sweetwater Authority.

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