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Keep it real Says:

Thu, Oct 20 2016 12:10 PM

Horoscopes and astrology are fake. You should stop publishing these articles.

Jordan Souza Says:

Thu, Oct 20 2016 12:10 PM

That's my great grandfather smh

George Hanak Says:

Tue, Oct 18 2016 05:15 AM

Mr. Moreno,how much union pay you for this article,just before election,in they support of tax increese?They had flea and bugs?This is caused by ocupants,not keeping property cleen and broken sewer line,would not suprise if they had something to do with it.They want a new fire station,got spoiled when see a luxurious station build in east.FDCV have about dozen pick up trucks,latest are not just basic model as used to,more fancy ones now.Off cause they are only taxpayers money the spending,fire department becoming albatros,there are almost no fires,yet we are spendig on firemens who are millioners after a few years on job.

Noaccountability Says:

Sun, Oct 16 2016 07:36 PM

Great to see another positive story involving sbcs and demonstrating how they are helping students in the community with accountability with theIr academics. What is the YMCA doing? Better yet, what is the YMCA doing with students in SUHSD? Better yet, how are schools test scores and attendance that choose the YMCA over sbcs?

anniej Says:

Sat, Oct 15 2016 09:16 PM

In a nutshell, politicians for the most part have become USERS vs. SERVERS - hard to believe in the year 2016 the Presidential candidates we have to choose from are so lacking - AND,,,,, the politicians currently serving are so poor i.e. Salas, Hueso, McCann and on and on and on - yet in truth we are the cause; because in truth, rather than educate ourselves and/or become involved and speak out WE HAVE FAR MORE IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO - or so we tell ourselves.

ChulaTino Says:

Tue, Oct 11 2016 01:11 PM

Our council has a long history of SHD or selective hearing disorder! So many residents where silenced by a Horse n Pony Show put on by the Ring Master(Miguel Tapia) or city staff. And the one Charged with protecting our city from litigation, FAILED US once again! Glen Googins 300k+ & his 8 or 9 City Staffed assistants are killing our Annual Budget. Nevermind the pensions they've written up is so so sweet too! They also source out many cases. Or maybe Glen just wants to guarantee we need his most expensive services, I RATHER HAVE A GRAFFITI TRUCK myself. I made sure to call out the sham on the day the appeal went in front of council! Don't say you didn't know.... Sections (b) & (c) of conditions to allow exemptions NOT MET!

educatedguess Says:

Tue, Oct 11 2016 11:37 AM

5 stories is ridiculous high.This thing will tower over that neighborhood.

I question whether or not there is legal precedent for suing someone for not following a plan. We shall see.

anniej Says:

Sun, Oct 09 2016 04:35 PM

Hope the negotiator gets a better deal than SUHSD did.

anniej Says:

Sun, Oct 09 2016 04:32 PM

The lawsuit is definitely in order.

Perhaps Mayor Salas might want to start focusing on her City and stop promoting No. County issues.

CV resident Says:

Sun, Oct 09 2016 08:42 AM

While my feelings about the development are mixed, Jentz is right that the city doesn't always allow ample time to discuss both sides of an issue. Too often they will make a lengthy presentation, while the council drones on with their long-winded comments, all while relegating the public to 5 minutes or less. It is extremely biased, and effectively shuts down any sort of real discussion on the issues. Let the people speak!

anniej Says:

Sat, Oct 01 2016 05:35 PM

A vote for Ms. solis is a vote in the RIGHT direction. A few years back a few community residents sought her help regarding an issue to protect students and their parents. We found her to be committed to her community - what more could a voter ask for?

Jo Anne Springer Says:

Sun, Sep 18 2016 10:10 AM

Thank you for a fine, well written tribute to Susan Watry. Like you, I only had occasional times directly spent with her in a book club from which her health issues eventually caused her to withdraw. But her unfailing cheerfulness and continued dedication to Chula Vista issues always shone brightly. It's a big loss.

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