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Saturday, August 24, 2019

City Council Proclaims August 28 as San Diego Continuing Education Day

Nation’s Largest Noncredit Institution Recognized for Contributions toward Civil Rights Movement San Diego City Council will present San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE) with a City Council Proclamation pronouncing August 28, 2019, the first day of...

Thieves Posing as City Employees Rob Elderly La Jolla Woman

Via SDPD – The two suspects pictured claimed to be from the water department and under the guise of conducting a water test, entered the home of an elderly victim. The suspects stole jewelry...


Re-Route to Friars Rd Off Ramp from the 163 North

Via Friars Rd/163 Newsletter: Believe it or not we are in the home stretch of this project. As the completion date nears, major traffic changes are on the horizon. On Tuesday, August 19 at...

Protea Properties: Dynamic Dynamic Transit-Oriented Development Proposed at Vacant Corner of Morena Boulevard...

Protea Properties’ Bayview Plaza to address City’s housing crisis and Climate Action Plan goals, Support new Blue Line Trolley Protea Properties today announced plans for a Bayview Plaza, a new mixed-use project along the Morena Boulevard...


New Fermentation Management Program Now Being Offered at Mesa College

San Diego Mesa College will be offering a new Certificate program this Fall in Fermentation Management. The Certificate of Achievement in Fermentation Management focuses on retail sales and service industries. Classes prepare students for multiple...

“The House the Whole Town’s Talking About”

Longtime Clairemont resident Jack Carpenter is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. This honor was bestowed for "outstanding contributions to the profession.” Jack contacted me in June 2018 about Mid-Century Modern architecture and...


The Best Hiking Spots to Kick Off the Month of August

Imagine hiking the stunning San Diegan mountains overlooking the crisp sandy beaches and the powerful yet soothing ocean waves. These are the things that make San Diego the beautiful place it is. According to Pacific...

Technology for Good – San Diego as a Smart City

The City of San Diego invites you to learn about data being generated by our new streetlight sensors. The City is holding several community forums to discuss what the streetlights can and can't do...


San Diego’s Smart Street Lights

Blessing or Curse? Now that the City has almost completed upgrading thousands of street lights to “smart,” the City’s Sustainability Department is busy briefing residents on the advantages of them and asking for suggestions on...

Early Stages for a Potential San Diego Grand Central Station Transit Facility

Navy, SANDAG Sign Agreement on Possible Future Redevelopment of Naval Property Near Airport prWith the goals of modernizing the Navy’s physical presence in San Diego and improving transit connections to the airport, Mayor Kevin L....