Our weekly newsletter for March 6, 2014.
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When new water fills the lake from rainstorms, the city of San Diego will turn its faucet back on and take it.
Ever wonder what a city proclamation actually is, and where they come from? Want to see all 700 from 2013?
Reporter Joe Yerardi has some secrets to share with you. He’s going to take you behind the scenes of his Follow the Money project to air the good, the bad — and the very best.
Councilman Kevin Faulconer retook San Diego’s mayoralty for the local Republican Party by dominating in high-turnout precincts, aggressively courting mail ballot voters and overperforming on Election Day.
The district is holding a lottery for families who want their children to attend this August, but it excludes homeowners who did not pay for the construction of the school through their Mello-Roos taxes.
See how your neighborhood voted with this interactive map of results from San Diego’s Feb. 11, 2014 mayoral runoff.
An inewsource analysis of patterns in early voting shows that precincts that favored Kevin Faulconer in the primary are returning their ballots at higher rates than those that favored David Alvarez.