National City councilman’s prayer group focuses on city
Mon, Jan 16 2017 11:30 AM
Last January first-term National City Councilman Albert Mendivil decided he wanted to directly improve the National City community far more than just by making policy and voting on city-related issues.
So the devout Christian formed the National C [..]
Tax spending watchdog group taking shape
A citizens oversight committee tasked with monitoring about $176 million in projected revenue over the next 10 years from a half-cent sales tax increase is taking shape.
Chula Vista’s Sustainability Commission became the first commissio [..]
Pruning prepares rose bushes for a healthy start
Pruning and planting roses are pretty easy to do. They are such hearty plants that you cannot really hurt them. If you want your roses to get off to a healthy start in 2017, then consider taking some simple steps now to enjoy a great year of growing. [..]
SWC student aid workshop planned
Southwestern College’s financial aid office will host its second and final Financial Aid and Residency Workshop for AB540 students.
The workshop, held on the second floor of the Cesar Chavez Building from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 19, [..]
Progress has been made through hard work and partnership
Tucked in the southwestern corridor in the city of Chula Vista is the Castle Park community. It is a neighborhood of only 33-square blocks where some original homeowners who raised their families in the 50s and 60s remain and now live side by s [..]
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