Encanto Gas Holder Entries for August, 2008

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Analysis: SEDC president's desire for lack of accountability

The recent interview of Carolyn Smith, outgoing president of the Southeastern Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) as a city redevelopment agency, ...

SEDC president to board in 2006: give up affordable housing monitoring and enforcement?

Around the time the city's Independent Budget Analyst was wondering why bonuses were being paid out during an employee pay ...

Lack of budget standardization at redevelopment agencies an on-going city concern

In at least two Independent Budget Analyst Reports dating back to mid-2006, city staffers had expressed concerns that the city's ...

SEDC Saga Continues: ex-presidents and opening moves

Three former presidents of the Southeastern Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) have been cited in this city's great metropolitan daily paper, ...

Encanto Steet Fair means finding a driving alternative to Imperial Avenue!

This year's Encanto Street Fair and Cultural Arts Festival promises to be an interesting affair both for the entertainment and ...

SEDC board member: "It's all about perception"

From this city's daily newspaper this morning (Aug. 14), a quote from a Southeastern Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) board member ...

The Voluntary Cleanup Agreement and the cleanup that never happened

After the demolition of the old Encanto Gas Holder facility in Lemon Grove, after the initial complaints by residents of ...

Ethical Public Leadership as a rare quality around the old gas holder site.

Without getting into a lengthy philosophical discussion, let us agree that a reasonable minimum standard for the ethics of a ...

For In-coming SEDC president: Having your interview printed in the paper may not be a good thing...

In the San Diego Union-Tribune this morning, excerpts from an interview with outgoing Southeastern Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) president Carolyn ...

What is the sound of one SEDC shredder shredding?

In the City's call for the resignation of Southeastern Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) President Carolyn Smith, one kind of got ...

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