Kori Suzuki is a reporter and visual journalist at KPBS through the inaugural California Local News Fellowship. He covers the South Bay and Imperial County. Kori is a recent graduate of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and has previously worked as an associate audio producer for “Reveal,” a visuals intern for KQED Public Media and The Seattle Times, and an audio intern for The Washington Post. He is especially drawn to stories about how we are all complicated and multidimensional. He was born and raised in Richmond, California, and loves foggy mornings and cooking with the radio on.
The Council voted Tuesday not to reappoint the council member to any of her positions or committees. Cardenas was charged with multiple felonies in November.
Enough absences could remove the councilmember from office, although other members have voted to excuse one missed meeting so far.
The exhibit was scheduled to wind down at the end of December but has been extended with community support.
Last week, the city adopted new guidelines meant to encourage more residents to install rain collection devices.
Andrea Cardenas is charged with fraud and grand theft of federal pandemic aid dollars.
East Chula Vista has almost three and a half times the amount of park space that the city’s west side has. City leaders say they are exploring some possible ways to address the disparity.
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