She'll Never Forget Her Birth Date

LA MESA -- Wednesday was 12/12/12, the last lucky triple digit date of this century. Las Vegas was overrun with people getting married and a few lucky babies will carry a memorable birth date for the rest of their lives.

At Sharp Grossmont Hospital's Women's Health Center Kaylani Torres was the first baby born in La Mesa on 12/12/12. She was born at 12:28 and weighed in at 8 pounds 5 oz. Her parents' are Jennifer and Israel Torres.

Sharp Grossmont Photos by Nicole Quiroz.

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New HUD Secretary outlines his vision for last years of Obama Administration

Source: HousingWire

Julián Castro, the new Housing And Urban Development Secretary, emphasized in a recent speech some internal reforms at HUD, including outcome metrics, transparency, and greater accountability. He also addressed creating opportunity across the country and stated, “We’ll spend the next two-and-a-half years expanding opportunity for all Americans. The best place to start is homeownership. In fact, it’s time to remove the stigma associated with promoting homeownership. When done responsibly, it strengthens communities and boosts our economy.” Read the full story: http://www.housingwire.com/articles/31382-new-hud-secretary-outlines-his-vision-for-last-years-of-obama-administration

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