Ethics body wants AG’s input Sun, May 24 2015 01:05 PM

Chula Vista's Board of Ethics voted Wednesday night to refer two separate ethics complaints to three outside agencies.
The Board of Ethics will gather at its next scheduled meeting to draft a referral letter to send to the state Attorney General [..]

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Chula Vista's man of steel makes most of scraps

If plans go as scheduled, the city of Chula Vista will be home to a rather large and unique piece of public art sometime later this summer. Steel artist Michael Leaf, a 2002 graduate of Hilltop High School and a third generation San Diegan, will unve [..]

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School board finalizes list of super candidates

The Sweetwater Union High School District’s search for a superintendent is down to six candidates. Sweetwater board President Frank Tarantino said the board originally received 19 applications for the permanent superintendent job, but six we [..]

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Officials complete required course on transparency

Chula Vista's top elected officials and members of the city’s boards and commissions satisfied their ethics-training requirement Thursday night at a Brown Act and ethics training hosted by the City Attorney’s Office. Assembly Bill 123 [..]

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City won’t appoint the way they used to

The city of Chula Vista has agreed to not use the same appointment process that seated Councilman Steve Miesen to fill any vacancies on the City Council or Planning Commission without a 30-day notice or until a lawsuit is resolved. In exchange, Ch [..]

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