Reporter, Voice of San Diego
Reporter for @voiceofsandiego + co-host of @sdfact on @nbcsandiego | Born and raised in #Cincinnati | Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.786.2798
voiceofsandiego.org — Connections Housing officially opened two months ago to big fanfare from city leaders. How its residents are faring now has gotten far less attention.
voiceofsandiego.org — Filner told reporters last week that the city plans to vacuum the bird droppings that cause an acrid stench at La Jolla Cove, particularly during hotter months. But getting approval to remove the guano is complicated. The cove is one of 34 state-protected Areas of Special Biological Significance, meaning any potential solutions must be vetted by multiple layers of regulators.
voiceofsandiego.org — The City Heights Urban Greening project is a $250,000 city-led analysis that will result in a street design scheme and prioritize streets for improvement. It could be one of the most comprehensive studies of City Heights streets yet because of its scope - it's looking at the entire community - but also because it's incorporating the work of 13 other streets studies.
voiceofsandiego.org — Statement: "The two border sections with triple fencing outside San Diego reduced infiltration by 92 percent," Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer wrote in an April 4 column. Determination: False Analysis: Washington is trying out immigration reform again and border security looms large in that conversation.
voiceofsandiego.org — The officer had chased off the vendor in the past, but this time the scene played out differently. That's because David Millette, who sells jewelry he makes by hand, had something even better than a permit: a personal letter from Mayor Bob Filner granting permission to sell his wares in any public park or beach in the city.
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