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Best of the Week Feb. 21-27

Best of the Week Feb. 21-27

Best of the Week Feb. 21-27

Best of The Week, the most-read stories and most-viewed photos of the past seven

Or so, apparently, says the mayor.

fills in the gaps in the system. Yet it flies remarkably under the radar even as
it takes on an increasingly important role.

The house on a hill in Mount Hope once seemed so full of promise. But when the city
started clearing out the tons of junk accumulated there, one man’s hoarding problem
hit the nightly news. It wasn’t supposed to end that way.

As a result of the recent price decline, San Diego homes are now very much in line
with their historical relationships to local rents and incomes. And thanks to ultra-low
rates, monthly payments are far below their historical norm.

The housing market no longer out of whack, what a dissolving city looks like, Chula
Vista’s headscratcher, and more.

The Obama administration is pouring money into King-Chavez Arts Academy, part of
a larger bid to turn around the lowest performing schools in the country.

“Pacific Beach, Mission Beach and Ocean Beach residents all voted overwhelmingly
against the alcohol ban,” Pacific Beach resident Gordon Nall wrote in a letter
published by the Union-Tribune Feb. 17.

It’d had only been talked about. Now we have details.

Gathering stories on the famous main drag, cities draft a redevelopment compromise
and beer lovers craft a Rowtopia event.

Looming layoffs bring up an old frustration: Why do school districts warn teachers
of layoffs that never come?

Story from voiceofsandiego.org with the most comments during the past seven days.
From police to parks, you care about a city service or asset, you need to pay for
it.
A crew pushed an old truck from in front of the garage so they could demolish it.
This was their undertaking: Clearing away tons of stuff – cars and lawnmowers and
furniture and who knows what – that Jimmie William Johnson had accumulated on his
property over the years as his home fell into disrepair and was overrun by druggies,
transients, delinquents.
Though local artist Ahmet Ustunel lost his sight when he was 3 years old, he’s still
been making pottery all over the world.
Joann Woolley has taught American Sign Language to thousands of San Diego’s smallest
denizens, and in the process has cultivated a sort of rock star status on the local
mommy circuit.

What is this?
Picking Up Where the City DissolvesFrom police to parks, you care about a city service or asset, you need to pay for it.
Pushing An Old Truck A crew pushed an old truck from in front of the garage so they could demolish it. This was their undertaking: Clearing away tons of stuff – cars and lawnmowers and furniture and who knows what – that Jimmie William Johnson had accumulated on his property over the years as his home fell into disrepair and was overrun by druggies, transients, delinquents. Ahmet Ustunel Though local artist Ahmet Ustunel lost his sight when he was 3 years old, he’s still been making pottery all over the world. Joann Woolley Joann Woolley has taught American Sign Language to thousands of San Diego’s smallest denizens, and in the process has cultivated a sort of rock star status on the local mommy circuit.

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