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Measure To Fix San Diego Roads Moves Closer To Ballot

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The City Council on Tuesday directed the City Attorney's Office to draft final language for proposed ballot measures that would revise San Diego's obsolete City Charter, including a plan to pay for future infrastructure projects.

San Diego School Board To Vote On How To Replace Foster

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The San Diego Unified School District Board of Education will decide Tuesday night how it will appoint someone to fill a vacancy created by last week's resignation of Marne Foster.

San Diego Expands Car-Sharing Program

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A five-year agreement between the city of San Diego and Zipcar for expansion of a car-sharing program was approved Tuesday by the City Council.

Lockdowns Lifted At Four San Diego County High Schools

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Students at La Jolla, Lincoln, San Ysidro and Scripps Ranch high schools were secured in their classrooms for part of the morning Tuesday as a precaution due to unfounded bomb threats issued in quick succession by unknown perpetrators.

San Diego Unified Board To Decide How To Fill Marne Foster's Seat

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The San Diego Unified School District Board of Education will decide Tuesday evening how it will appoint someone to fill a vacancy created by last week's resignation of Marne Foster.

Oceanside's Rocky Chavez Drops Bid For U.S. Senate

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Assemblyman Rocky Chavez, R-Oceanside, announced Monday he's dropping his long-shot bid for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Democrat Barbara Boxer.

Chargers Hire Former Redevelopment Chair For Stadium Ballot Measure

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The Chargers announced on Monday the hiring of longtime San Diego civic leader Fred Maas as a special adviser for a prospective ballot measure for a stadium project.

Raising San Diego's Minimum Wage Officially On June Ballot

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A proposal to raise the minimum wage in San Diego above what's required by the state, and offer workers up to 40 hours of annual paid sick leave, was unanimously placed on the June primary election ballot by the City Council Monday.

Last Day To Register To Vote In Carlsbad Election On Lagoon Shopping Center

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Monday is the last day to register to vote for the Feb. 23 special election in Carlsbad, where residents will decide whether to approve construction of a shopping and dining center on the shore of the Agua Hedionda Lagoon.

Cal State Faculty Plan To Strike In April

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Stepping up its push for a new labor contract, the union representing California State University faculty announced plans Monday to carry out a five-day strike in April at all 23 campuses — including San Diego State and Cal State San Marcos — if a deal isn't reached before then.

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