The former Sempra Energy headquarters that the city of San Diego acquired on a lease-to-own basis in January 2017 will remain vacant until December at least, meaning taxpayers will spend more than $12 million leasing the empty building before even one employee moves in. The move could be pushed back until the fall of 2019 if city officials choose the last of four options presented to a council committee this week, a scenario that calls for finishing all the renovations needed to relocate as many workers as possible in the office tower. “I'm surprised you aren't more outraged,” Councilman David Alvarez told his colleagues at a committee meeting this week. By Thursday, Alvarez sent a 5-page memo to city officials, including City Attorney Mara Elliott, raising dozens of questions about the transaction.
A man allegedly barged onto a school bus full of children and pulled a knife on the driver Friday in the southeastern reaches of San Diego County, where the struggle ended with a fast-acting bystander disarming the intruder, police said. The bus was pulling away from a stop in the 900 block of Jeb Stuart Road in Campo when the driver noticed someone running toward it about 8:30 a.m., according to sheriff's officials. Believing the approaching man was a parent trying to stop the bus for a child who had missed it, the driver pulled to a halt and opened the front door of the coach, Sgt. William Uelen said. When the suspect began to board the vehicle, which was full of Campo Elementary School students, the driver told him he was not allowed to do so.
The city of San Diego is close to finalizing a more than $30 million settlement to regain control of a key bayfront parcel that is crucial for a long-sought expansion of the convention center. The proposed three-way deal between the city; the San Diego Unified Port District, which oversees the leased land; and longtime port tenants Ray Carpenter and Art Engel, is expected to be considered next month by the City Council and port commissioners. The details were shared by people familiar with the negotiations but who didn't want to be named because they are not authorized to speak publicly about the agreement. Carpenter and Engel, in partnership with hotel developer Robert Green, have spent the
Monday, May 28, 2018 at 5:30 AM Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, 1800 Cabrillo Memorial Way, San Diego, CA From Truman Center for National Policy: "Please join the Truman Center for National Policy and the Truman National Security Project San Diego Chapter for the fourth annual #TruMemorial Sunrise Rose Drop. We will begin with a quick program including an opportunity for participants to share their story about a friend or loved one (whether military veteran or frontline civilian) who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country. "All are welcome to attend but you MUST RSVP if you plan to attend, even if you have a military ID. Your confirmation email will come closer to the event and will contain
San Ysidro purchased "Total Enrollment Management" an automated MediCal approval solution, providing faster eligibility qualifications and enrollment tracking with the use of "EI" Enrollment Intelligence and a follow up reminder system With over 30 FQHC's in California, PointCare has added San Ysidro Health of San Diego as a customer. San Ysidro Health purchased a product called TEM (Total Enrollment Management) which allows San Ysidro Health to receive automated bi-weekly Medi-Cal approvals, faster Medi-Cal eligibility qualification, Medi-Cal program enrollment tracking and a follow up reminder system. Follow seattlepi.com on Facebook and Twitter. This will allow San Ysidro Health better predictability
Althaus is a cousin of Lt. Thomas Kelly, a bombardier aboard a B-24 bomber that was was shot down in Hansa Bay in what is now Papua New Guinea during World War II. When Tom Kelly's relatives got word that his bomber had been found, a wave of exhilaration mixed with grief washed over family members. Although relatives who never met Kelly had pieced much of his life story together over the years, they never knew what happened when his plane was shot down off the coast of Papua New Guinea in 1944.
SAN DIEGO, May 24, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Please join us at the Edison Electric Institute's (EEI's) Annual Convention in San Diego from June 5-7. Electric company executives, industry thought leaders, and policymakers will discuss the transformation taking place throughout the electric power industry and the innovative solutions that America's electric companies are developing to meet customers' evolving needs and expectations. ...
Live like a king at a pauper's price? Not exactly, but you can reside at an estate on a budget — so long as you're willing to share it with several strangers. That's the bargain offered by Bay Area co-living startup Bungalow, which has newly taken up residence in San Diego by leasing out two aspirational homes on a room-by-room basis. The company offers millennials a version of the American dream, meaning a residence without their folks, in a premier neighborhood and with cushy amenities that are truly Instagram-worthy. “We help housing become more accessible,” said Andrew Collins, the chief executive of Bungalow. “It's a similar approach to how WeWork has thought about commercial real estate;
SAN DIEGO, May 24, 2018-- Making the right choices during your recovery process can decide how well or poorly individuals cope in the real world. After an intensive residential or outpatient treatment, ...
San Diego, Calif. (May 23, 2018) – Sierra Club members are ditching fossil fuels and joining the solar energy revolution. The two organizations have combined efforts to host quarterly educational seminars, with the next one on May 24, to teach Sierra Club members the facts about solar power, how to integrate energy storage, solar financing options, federal and state incentives and more. Sierra Club San Diego, who has a 70-year track record of protecting the environment in Southern California, officially launched the Sierra Club Solar Program in collaboration with Sullivan Solar Power at a media event on February 7 in front of SDG&E's Corporate Campus. The solar partnership offers a series of
Villanueva's two-run double lifts Padres past Nationals MLB Headlines Ohtani, Simmons lift Angels past Jays Arrieta beats Braves, Phils take 2 of 3 Red Sox rally in 9th to win 4th in row Rangers survive 4 Yanks HRs in 12-10 win Plutko, Miller pitch Indians by Cubs 1-0 Ex-OF Dykstra busted for threats, drugs Brewers extend Diamondbacks' slide to 7 Bats back Verlander, Astros top Giants Marlins score 2 in 9th to rally by Mets Harrison's 3B gets Bucs past Reds in 12 WASHINGTON (AP) The San Diego Padres have come to count on Tyson Ross to deliver long, effective outings early in his second go-round with the franchise. Wednesday was no different. Ross (4-3) struck out nine and allowed one run while
Trevor Bauer was dealt a bit of a curve ball on Tuesday night. The Cleveland Indians pitcher had just thrown for six scoreless innings that helped to secure his team a 10-1 win over the Chicago Cubs, but was met with outrage by some who claimed he was promoting conspiracy theories on thee mound. That was due to his decision to trace 'BD 911' in the dirt on the back of the pitching mound, which some believed stood for 'Bush did 9/11.' Bauer denied this, but then would not reveal what the letters and numbers did stand for on Tuesday. Hypocrite?: The outrage comes on the heels of Bauer himself making comments suggesting some pitchers, specifically those on the Houston Astros, use pine tar A fiery