A scandal over bonuses and the recession leads to change in project to redevelop Southeast San Diego, but some critics want to see more construction, not just kumbaya.
Apr 5, 2010 San Diego Union Tribune
<p>A proposal to combine the planning and development services departments could give San Diego's planning director the power to plan for the long-term -- or perhaps lead to more political scandal.</p>
Sep 18, 2007 San Diego Union Tribune
<p>A new high density residential project adjacent to the U.S.-Mexico border is pioneering the market for high-end condo living in the traditionally sprawling metropolis of Tijuana.</p>
Jul 25, 2007 San Diego Union Tribune
<p>The developer of a new 40-story building in downtown San Diego is going back to the drawing boards after criticism that the building resembled a phallus.</p>
Jul 13, 2007 San Diego Union Tribune
<p>For the coastal California city of San Diego, the threat of global warming and rising sea levels is on the minds of many local officials and planners.</p>
Jun 26, 2007 San Diego Union Tribune
<p>New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson promised to redirect funding from roads to mass transit if he's elected President.</p>
Jun 14, 2007 San Diego Union Tribune
<p>Sewer and water ratepayers in San Diego recognize that a rate hike is the only way to pay for replacing aging infrastructure.</p>
Feb 26, 2007 San Diego Union Tribune
The city will amend its three-year-old ordinance to settle a lawsuit brought by the local the Building Industry Association.
Jul 21, 2006 San Diego Union Tribune
As the demand for organic foods increases, suppliers are importing crops from overseas, calling into question some of the environmental benefits.
Jul 16, 2006 San Diego Union Tribune
In San Diego's new downtown plan, population would soar to 90,000 and employment to 170,000 in a smart growth scheme that includes many new parks and neighborhood centers.
Mar 14, 2006 San Diego Union Tribune