Susan Luzzaro 4:30 p.m., Dec. 11
No oysterphiles among these limousine liberals
San Diego seafood lovers may soon be paying more for their oysters since the Drakes Bay oyster farm in the Bay Area is being threatened with closure.
Paying extremely low wages to hotel workers boosts profits of out-of-town owners and deprives San Diego of spending power.
Poke the pig
Robert Garner files complaints with SDG&E regarding their security cameras that can view into his backyard and house. The electric company responded with a letter that said they are “committed to customer privacy”.”
Downtown overlords and labor want to rewrite federal, state, and local laws to build a Convention Center expansion into the teeth of a perfect storm.
Park and Rec Department is not keen on cleats
San Diego’s Park & Rec Department continues with a crackdown on frisbee and soccer players who where rubber cleats at Ski Beach. Players say they don’t tear up the fields, that it’s a small number of people who complain.
Parking police privatized
The City of Chula Vista has an arrangement with Ace Parking that enables the company to issue parking tickets…is that legal?
San Diego is a haven for multilevel marketing scams, which are often pyramid schemes.
Are Hollywood, football, and the media to blame for America’s penchant for violence?
Sweetwater Union High School District in Chula Vista has an excessive spending habit and may be in serious fiscal trouble soon.
To breastfeed in the California bubble was all she wanted.
Jamie Boyd and Joseph Taylor are confronted at Felix’s Restaurant in Lincoln Park and told that breastfeeding must be done outside of the dining area.