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READERS’ EDITORIAL: ARGUMENTS AGAINST PROPOSITION D IN EL CAJON

 
By Jonathan Goetz, Karen Marie Otter, Bonnie B. Price, Ph.D. , Registered Principals of NO ON D
 
Prop D opens the door for corruption and reduces wages in a community with the highest poverty in San Diego County, opponents warn
 
May 7, 2012 (El Cajon)--Proponents of Proposition D have set forth an argument that identifies key provisions of the proposed charter. All purportedly seem to be beneficial to the citizens of El Cajon, especially when it comes to financial affairs.

CITY’S NEW SUCCESSOR AGENCY BOARD TAKES ACTION ON FUNDS FOR REDEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

 
By Nadin Abbott
 
April 27, 20011 (San Diego) – Newly sworn in members of the Oversight Board Successor Agency went straight to work yesterday, approving funding for continuing of approximately 800 projects in the pipeline.  The new board is the successor organization to the Centre City Development Corporation, which was required to dissolve following a December California Supreme Court decision upholding Legislative action. 

 

DOLLAR-WISE DIVA: SAVE MONEY ON DO-IT-YOURSELF PROJECTS

 By Nancy Clement

November 11, 2011 (La Mesa) - Fall is a good time of year to work on do-it-yourself project, as the weather is cooler.  Many repairs you can do yourself for the cost of items for repairs.   If you have more time than money trade a home repair project with a friend, you work together on their project and they work with you to complete your project.  You could start with a small project and as your skills increase, take on more
advanced projects. 
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