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Utilities commission was cozy with utility

Pacific Gas gets love letters from state regulators

The publication SFGate revealed yesterday (July 26) just how cozy officials of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) are with the utilities they are supposed to regulate. The City of San Bruno, which suffered a ...

Catch Steph Johnson at Ecoverse

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego, July 30–August 3

Wednesday 30 Steph Johnson brings special guests Tim McNalley on sitar and double bass with Jesse Charnow on tablas to Ecoverse (302 11th Avenue) from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The concert is free, but donations ...

Tijuana street art disrespected

Pepe Nacho mural and other artworks have been defaced

Tijuana's façade has never been a pretty one; there are not many green spaces, billboards are placed everywhere and with no clear building regulations. City folk have built whatever they want, wherever they want. In ...

Sorry, minimum-wage workers

"People's lives are really going to be affected by this."

Despite granting the meeting they'd requested earlier this week, mayor Kevin Faulconer told a group of faith leaders and minimum-wage workers that his intention was still to veto a proposal to provide workers within city ...

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