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The $1.1 trillion spending bill signed by President Barack Obama this week completes the funding of an expansion project at the San Ysidro Port of Entry.
A Green Alternative received its conditional use permit in October but a drug prevention specialist said its location in Otay Mesa could hurt families.
St. Vincent de Paul program organizers said the grants could allow them to almost double the number of people they help.
So far, 263 cases have been confirmed during "flu season," compared with 125 at this time in 2013.
The second of back-to-back unstable weather systems hit San Diego County Wednesday morning, bringing snow to the mountains and, at the coast, big waves and a possibility of lightning, meteorologists said.
The Chargers have a window each year to announce whether the escape clause will be exercised.
The revote was scheduled because allegations surfaced that discussions among various council members might have violated the state's open meeting law.
Total accumulations up to 4 inches of rain are possible, according to meteorologists.
UCSD will use the money to test and validate the performance of systems.
Councilwoman Sherri Lightner said the policy will spur economic development, make city operations more transparent and enable "participatory government."
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