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SANTEE – No part of the new road is in La Mesa, but the opening this weekend of the extension of State Road 52 through Santee is big news in the Jewel of the Hills as well.
Residents can walk, ride or bike on parts…
Added by La Mesa Today on March 18, 2011 at 10:59pm — No Comments
Pasadena Star News
Following three months of sales gains, California home sales posted a weaker-than-expected performance and declined in February, according to data from the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.). The statewide median price of an existing, single-family detached home sold in California also declined in February.
MAKING SENSE OF THE STORY
Added by Gina Garcia on March 17, 2011 at 11:16pm — No Comments
KROC CENTER – The Peter Pan Junior Theater began its annual residency at the Joan Kroc Theater on Wednesday and quickly demonstrated what the months of preparation had accomplished.
A cast of 90 moved easily through “The Music Man’’ and drew appreciative applause throughout the evening.
What this group of thespians produce in what they call “play week’’ is intense for amateurs, like a football team practicing for six months and then…
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Early Morning Robbery At Phlllips Gas Station
LAKE MURRAY -- La Mesa police are looking for two youths who robbed the Phillips 76 gas station early Wednesday.
Police said at about 3:37 a.m. two suspects entered the Phillips 76 gas station located at 6085 Lake Murray Bl. The suspects demanded that the female clerk open the register. One of the…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on March 16, 2011 at 6:30am — No Comments
A Crisis Unfolds For La Mesa-Spring Valley District
By Chris Lavin
LA MESA – On the door…Continue
Helix Water District Shrinks Its Budget
By Russell Buckley
So reads the headline in the most recent edition of Helix Highlights - a glossy publication from HWD. I am happy to see costs reduced. I assume that will mean lower water rates - a thing I expect most of us can agree about. But a little more reflection on the article brings out the skeptic in me. Ongoing MOU negotiations, which many of us…Continue
We are a group of neighbors organizing to ask the City to continue existing requirements to build a sound wall along the freeway that we were promised between Garfield Avenue and SR-125, along what was formerly known as "Moening's Nursery."
It was agreed to by the Developer as one of the conditions required by the City when the "La Mesa Meadows" PRD project was approved, who is now asking the City to drop this requirement.
Please check out our website at…Continue
Much is said, shouted, screamed and demonstrated today regarding the "Freedom of speech" portion of the Constitution of the United States. You remember that old thing? That was the basis for founding our country? "WE THE PEOPLE" and all that silly old business about controlling our own destiny through the concept of Democracy. That was the one that for generations now Progressive Socialist Democrats from…Continue
Added by David Stanley on March 13, 2011 at 9:39am — No Comments
I imagine occasionally a place I can go to get away. Not so much my physical self. More my mental self. Just a little getaway where I can smell cookies baking and that wonderful newly polished wood smell. Where bitty sparkly little sunbeams find cracks in the…Continue
The CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTOR® (C.A.R.) published its findings of a survey this week, which show that tedious lender requirements and poor communication hamper short sales.
MAKING SENSE OF THE STORY
• Fewer than three of five short sales close in California, illustrating the complexity and difficulty of navigating lenders’ and servicers’ short sale procedures, according to C.A.R.’s survey, which gauged REALTORS®’ experience in working with short sale…Continue
Added by Gina Garcia on March 10, 2011 at 7:18pm — No Comments
Committee Votes To Exempt
LA MESA -- The second meeting of the steering committee organizing a…Continue
La Mesa Will Look At More Consolidation
LA MESA -- The City Council took another step down the road to further consolidation of city services Tuesday afternoon. The council voted to have the city staff begin formally studying consolidation of the city's animal control services with El Cajon.
City staff will also begin looking at options in…Continue
Compassion For An Imploding Star
Less than a year ago, whilst visiting my sister in Texas, I was introduced to a television show, "Two and half men", which I immediately liked and have followed it since. Each evening I attempt to watch the episodes of…Continue
Added by David Stanley on March 8, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments
A sign of things to come.
Tough decisions being made for the good of the people. We just can't afford the pensions.
Added by David Smyle on March 7, 2011 at 1:49pm — No Comments
Armed Robber Hits Yogurt Shop
LAKE MURRAY BOULEVARD -- A man armed with a handgun robbed the Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt store Sunday night.
La Mesa police said that at about 9:25 p.m. one black male adult armed with a handgun entered the Golden Spoon Frozen Yogurt store, located at 5640 Lake Murray Bl., and demanded cash from the two employees while…Continue
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Church, Ensemble Raise Funds For Children
JACKSON DRIVE -- The most endearing characteristics of a good church are found in its deeds, not just its words.
On Sunday night, long…Continue
Checkpoint nabs scofflaws, drug violations
LA MESA --The La Mesa Police Department conducted a DUI/Driver License checkpoint for six hours on along the 7100 block of University Avenue.
• 896 vehicles traveled through the checkpoint.
• 30 drivers were taken into the secondary inspection area.
• 7 drivers were further evaluated for driving…
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