Jacob AereGeneral Assignment Reporter
As a general assignment reporter, Jacob Aere covers a wide range of different issues that affect the diverse neighborhoods of San Diego County including business, health, arts & culture and politics. Jacob grew up in San Diego and is bilingual in English and Spanish. He is a graduate from the University of British Columbia and has received multiple San Diego Press Club awards.
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Legal tent camping for people experiencing homelessness will begin in certain San Diego locations later this year.
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