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Mayor to sign executive order so eateries can expand to sidewalks and parking lots
Following a state order curtailing business operations in San Diego County, on July 7 Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer will sign an executive order to provide regulatory relief to restaurants and make dini...
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LETTER – Pacific Beach Town Council opposes Councilmember Campbell’s short-term rental proposal
Editor: Prompted by corporate lobbyists, District 2 Councilmember Jen Campbell is working with Expedia to legalize visitor accommodations in our residential neighborhoods while ignoring key stakeho...
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Storied independent boutique hotel on boardwalk renovates property
Over the holiday, guests at Ocean Park Inn in Pacific Beach enjoyed upgrades from the first phase of the oceanfront boutique hotel’s remodel, which include 71 newly re-imagined rooms, refreshed com...
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Dine-in restaurants, other indoor activities to close in San Diego
Indoor dining at restaurants, bars, breweries, and wineries will close July 7 for at least three weeks, after the County remained on the state’s  Monitoring List  for three consecutive days due to ...
Jul 06, 2020 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
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Report: One-third of essential workers in health, agriculture in City are immigrants
Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer and UC San Diego’s U.S. Immigration Policy Center (USIPC) announced the release of a new report on Immigrant Integration in the City of San Diego that shows over one-third ...
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Digital pathology to diagnose patients debuts in San Diego
For more than a century, the simple light microscope has been the go-to device for pathologists across the United States, enabling them to examine magnified tissue samples on glass slides to diagno...
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San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census
Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan  Count Me 2020 Coalition  are set to activate a “Week of Action” July 6-10 to enco...
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UC San Diego: Sugar-coating disguise allows for coronavirus infection
According to Mary Poppins, a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. In the case of coronavirus, a cloak of sugar helps the virus infect. This sugary-coating disguise, made of molecules calle...
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Surfrider’s post-Fourth of July ‘Morning After Mess’ cleanup goes virtual
Historically, July 5 has been known as the dirtiest beach day of the year, following Independence Day celebrations. At The Surfrider Foundation, this day has long been known as “Morning After Mess,...
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Salk researchers accelerate, expand COVID-19 research
Salk scientists tackle COVID-19 pandemic with innovative research projects on immunity, vaccine development, viral imaging and more
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Holiday schedule for City of San Diego offices and services
All City of San Diego administrative offices will be closed on Friday, July 3 in observance of the Fourth of July holiday.   TRASH PICKUP AND DISPOSAL Curbside trash, recyclables and yard waste wil...
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County to be placed on state watchlist; impacted businesses should prepare
A record number of COVID-19 cases were reported July 2, and the state has notified the County it will be placed on its  Monitoring List  July 3, which is expected to result in the County closing or...
Jul 02, 2020 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
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New principal named for Point Loma High
The San Diego Unified School District has named Kelly Lowry as the new principal at Point Loma High School. Lowry has served as vice principal at the school since the death of previous vice princip...
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REMINDER – Ocean Beach, La Jolla, SeaWorld, and Big Bay Boom fireworks canceled
In alignment with the State of California’s public health order prohibiting large events and gatherings, the Port of San Diego, title sponsor of the Big Bay Boom, and event producer Sandy Purdon re...
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San Diego County could adopt more restrictions, gatherings not allowed
Spread of the novel coronavirus has caused the County of San Diego to be flagged by the California Department of Public Health, positioning the region to go on the state’s Watch List and ultimately...
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