Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Wednesday - Quick Hits

They're back! After being rejected by the people in Potero, Blackwater now tries to setup an indoor training center in Otay Mesa. UT

National credit crisis hits San Diego County as they are forced to pay more interest on pension bonds. UT

Three PUC commissioners expected to attend next haring regarding controversial Sunrise Powerlink. UT

Oceanside councilman Rocky Chavez announces his intention to run for mayor. UT

National Gay rights organization withdrawals from schedule July event at Manchester Hyatt, because of Doug Manchester's financial support ban on same-sex marriage initiative. UT

Report on Art Madrid to be discussed tomorrow night before La Mesa city council. UT

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