Renowned homelessness expert takes San Diego job – The San Diego Union-Tribune

The San Diego County Regional Task force on the Homeless has picked Gordon Walker as its new CEO, bringing in a leader from Utah who used a strategy there that people are trying to adopt in San Diego. While Walker was in Utah as the director of the Division of Housing and Community Development the […]
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San Bernardino will build affordable modular homes on city-owned plots

Up to three more modular houses will be built on lots already owned by the city and sold to first-time homebuyers, thanks to an agreement the City Council approved Wednesday night. The partnership with Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services will use $650,000 worth of HOME funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and […]
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Distressed City Exits Bankruptcy, But More Distress Ahead | The American Spectator

While the city budget is doing better and public employees can rely on their large lifetime pensions, it’s not such a rosy picture for residents. In addition to higher taxes, locals will continue to put up with crumbling roads and insufficient public services. Moody’s pointed to the “probability of continued financial distress and possibly even […]
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Legal concerns won’t end trash pick-up that solved Mission Beach fly problem – The San Diego Union-Tribune

A second weekly trash pick-up that’s helped keep buzzing flies from swarming Mission Beach will continue this summer despite legal concerns related to short-term vacation rentals. Source: Legal concerns won’t end trash pick-up that solved Mission Beach fly problem – The San Diego Union-Tribune
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SoccerCity vote set for November 2018, one year later than supporters want – The San Diego Union-Tribune

Voters will have to wait until November 2018 to decide the fate of SoccerCity, a $4 billion proposal to redevelop the city-owned Qualcomm Stadium site with a soccer stadium, housing and river park Source: SoccerCity vote set for November 2018, one year later than supporters want – The San Diego Union-Tribune
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Environmental group sues for public records in San Diego border wall prototype project – The San Diego Union-Tribune

The Center for Biological Diversity is seeking public records on what environmental impact study, if any, has been done on the prototype border walls to be built soon in San Diego. Source: Environmental group sues for public records in San Diego border wall prototype project – The San Diego Union-Tribune
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