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California: People Must Look For Work To Get Jobless Aid

June 17
By Associated Press

California will stop giving unemployment benefits to people who are not actively applying for jobs. The federal government let states waive that requirement during the pandemic because so many businesses were ordered to close.

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San Diego Mayor Will Not Close Public Access To La Jolla Sea Lion Rookery

June 17
By Erik Anderson

La Jolla sea lions will have to endure the crowds walking up and down the La Jolla shore, because the city is not shutting down access to a sea lion nursery.

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California Drops Workplace Mask Rule For Vaccinated Workers

June 17
By Associated Press

California regulators have approved revised worksite pandemic rules that allow fully vaccinated employees the same freedoms as when they are off the job.

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Bankers Hill Project A Test Case For San Diego's New Affordable Housing Incentives

June 17
By Andrew Bowen

The zero-parking apartment project is the first to fall under the "Complete Communities" program approved by the San Diego City Council last year.

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Sierra Club Awaits Word From Mayor's Office On Closure Of Sea Lion Rookery

June 16
By Erik Anderson

San Diego mayor's office remains quiet about doing more to protect sea lions along the La Jolla coast.

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Survey Suggests San Diego Workers Are Poised For New Job Opportunities

June 16
By Tania Thorne

The survey done by Robert Half, a global professional staffing firm, found that more than 1 in 4 San Diego workers plan to look for a new job in the next couple of months.

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Breeders' Cup Announces Plans For 100% Seated Capacity At Championships

June 16
By City News Service

The Breeders' Cup Wednesday announced plans to utilize 100% of seating capacity at Del Mar racetrack for the 2021 Breeders' Cup World Championships at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club in November.

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Countywide Home Prices Up 3%, Sales Slip

June 16
By City News Service

The median price of a single-family home in San Diego County rose 3% last month, but sales of existing homes dropped slightly, the California Association of Realtors reported Wednesday.

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San Diego City Council Passes $4.6 Billion Budget For Fiscal Year 2022

June 14
By City News Service

The San Diego City Council unanimously voted Monday to pass Mayor Todd Gloria's roughly $4.6 billion proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2022, an increase of more than $537 million — or 13.4% — over last year's spending plan.

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Some San Diego Restaurants Will Keep COVID-19 Guidelines

June 14
By Alexandra Rangel

It’s the day many local businesses have been waiting for as California's color-coded tier system comes to a halt.

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