Council proposes a look at limiting years of service
Sat, Jul 25 2015 12:00 PM
The Chula Vista City Council on Tuesday night asked the City Attorney’s Office to explore ways to close the city’s term limits loophole.
Currently a City Council member can run for office after serving two full four-year terms and wait [..]
Queen of the mountain sets sight on growth, ecology
Chula Vista resident Susie Murphy is a full-time teacher in the Chula Vista Elementary School District.
When she isn’t teaching she can be seen riding her mountain bike around the trails in Chula Vista. Her love for biking has gotten h [..]
Dream approach to growing homeless population
Officials in the South Bay, city staff and volunteer groups toured the Los Angeles Dream Center Wednesday in hopes of finding ways to curb the homeless population in the South Bay.
“National City, like many cities, is experiencing an increas [..]
Motorist who dragged cop and was shot sent to prison
A pickup driver who dragged a National City police officer a short distance and who was later shot by police was sentenced to seven years in state prison.
Jesus Gustavo Leos, 30, was given five years and four months for his guilty plea to felony a [..]
Flip flopping or evolve it’s all change
Evolution isn't just about science. Flip flops are not only for the beach.
Toward the close of Tuesday night’s Chula Vista City Council meeting Mayor Mary Salas made the surprising proposal to limit the number of years a person could serve [..]
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