Content for Monday, February 22, 2016

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Dolphin loses struggle

...and other waterfront happenings from the past week

2/18 — Vessel adrift in Mariners Basin on shore off Capistrano Ct. 20’ Cabin cruiser broke free from mooring 912 and is dry on shore according to 24 Sam. R/O contacted and he is going ...

Introducing Faulconer's brain, ethically speaking

City ethics panel taps controversial mayoral insider for political cash talk

There's apparently nothing like hearing it from the horse’s mouth, in this case the orifice of a controversial inside political player closely tied to San Diego's big-money Republican political establishment, judging from a recent announcement ...

Growing pains in the South Bay

Chula Vista's storm drains, fire trucks, and parks need financial attention

The City of Chula Vista needs $600 million for infrastructure repairs, according to a report presented by a city employee to the Growth Management Oversight Commission on February 18th inside City Hall. Amanda Mills, the ...

Farm bought, Park and Ride going in

Caltrans project at Manchester Avenue doesn’t spell end for early strawberries

A longtime coastal farm has been sold, following the announcement that Caltrans has closed escrow on 21 acres needed for a freeway interchange on I-5. The farm, north of the San Elijo Lagoon, butts up ...

San Diego bad for female entrepreneurs

Tech sector here (and especially Bay Area) far from egalitarian

A new study ranks the San Diego area poor as a location for women-owned businesses. Among the variables WalletHub looked at were percentage of women-owned businesses and growth, number of employees, and average revenue in ...

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