What a wonderful idea: and once he's Mayor, Bob Filner could lead the way. Unlike the others, he has the interest in resolving homelessness and the federal expertise to get it done.
It would have been more informative for readers to learn at the top of this story that Mark Arabo is more a supporter of conservative chameleon Nathan Fletcher than an embattled Chaldean opponent of Bob Filner. Arabo is also a lobbyist who pushes for bars and unregulated alcohol in the beach communities of San Diego. Now there's an interesting question: would Nathan undo the voter-mandated boose-ban if he gets to be Mayor?
VA hires 10,000 new workers while 900,000 veterans' disability claims languish? Good for Congressman Bob Filner for expressing zero tolerance for this kind of mismanagement.
He calls out the problem and offers a solution. San Diego need Bob Filner for Strong Mayor.
The sentence was too light, 270 days?? If that includes any PC 4019 custoudy credits ( I think sex offenders get 15% credit) the real time is even less than 270, only 229 days, or 7.5 months, which means he will be out December 1, just 3 more months, too short for 10 felonies. Sorry. Fail DA.
I think it is safe to say she is more knowledgeable of these civic issues than the Mayor, the City Attorney and....well.... pretty much anyone else in town.
laplayaheritage: As always Katheryn Rhodes provides useful documentation. Best, Don Bauder
Oh, this is too good to be true!
Fabiani and the Chargers stand ready to present an alternate proposal? The surcharge, er, tax, has to ruled illegal before the Chargers show us their proposal? Show it now--what would it hurt? It's only been about 10 years or so--the team ought to have a plan they can show to the public by now.
LPH--The Chargers SHOULD put their plan on the ballot--maybe then we can all finally see just what their complete stadium plans are.
We certainly wouldn't have wanted minimum-wage workers employed in the Irwin Jacobs Balboa Park-ing garage! That's the thing about billionaire job-creators: give 'em an inch, and they recommend robots over human attendants.
Thanks again, Judge Taylor, for ruling against this travesty.
PLAINTIFF WILL APPEAL IF PRAGER STICKS WITH HIS TENTATIVE DECISION. Attorney Cory Briggs gave his arguments in the hotel tax case by Skype today (March 13). Briggs is in Argentina. After giving his arguments, Briggs said, "We are optimistic that the judge will consider the points we made today and uphold the voters' right to approve any special tax. If he doesn't, we will file an appeal."
Any appeal would almost certainly delay the construction on the $520 million expansion. Incidentally, there is a very good website on the convention center expansion: www.sandiegoconventioncenterscam.com. Best, Don Bauder
This is corruption, plain and simple, obvious to any reasonable person. Taylor should recuse himself from this case, but he won't because he's not an honest jurist...he's a tool of the local oligarchs who tell him what to do.
Ian was hired by HENRY'S management and respected by their staff & customers for many years. He helped me on many occasions to find products & carry out groceries. Always had a smile. THEN.... SPROUTS came along -- with their negative attitude toward this kind, caring guy.
What does Sprouts have against him ??
Surely, they're using the mistaken jacket incident as just a legal ploy for them to fire him.
If the Boney family has a little decency, compassion, and savvy, whichever one of them runs that store will take a look at the situation and make a fair determination. But don't count on this current generation of the family to do anything right. The next couple days will tell anyone more than they want to know about the current management of Sprouts and the family that calls the shots.
Robert Bush 6:31 p.m., May 18
Eva Knott 10:44 a.m., May 18
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