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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown has been picking up campaign cash of late from local givers, including $3000 from ex–UC president Richard Atkinson; $1000 from attorney Eric Isaacson; $5000 from Price Entities owner Robert Price; and $12,900 from Lynn Schenk, Brown’s secretary of business and transportation when he was governor back in the 1980s … An effort by the City of San Diego to find a consultant to update the Mission Valley Community Plan has been canceled “due to budget restrictions,” according to a posting on the City’s website. But maybe that’s not such a bad thing. The proposal called for the consultant to “prepare an urban design study that will focus on the river, hillsides, and transportation corridors. The study should be centered around the San Diego River as the spine of Mission Valley creating interesting and inviting north/south pedestrian and bicycle connections, as well as green streets which symbolically and physically reconnect all subareas in Mission Valley with a multimodal transportation network that provides a context sensitive design unique to Mission Valley.”

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