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Celebrate 30 years of East County Success
EL CAJON--The East County Economic Development Council (ECEDC), a regional non-profit, business-growth organization founded in 1984, will host its own 30th birthday party with a special…Continue
Added by rick griffin on October 1, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments
LA MESA -- The La Mesa Planning Commission expects a long night Wednesday as the retooled Park Station Project returns for another round of discussion and scrutiny.
The project, which lost its American Legion partner after the last hearing, will again…Continue
'Common Sense Tells Me: No More Than Four!'
Park Station's fate will be determined tomorrow night by the La Mesa Planning Commission at 7 pm in the City Council Chambers. It has been an exceedingly long process for all concerned, both proponents and…Continue
LA MESA -- With almost 30 years with the La Mesa Police Department, Chief Ed Aceves has decided to resign.
Aceves said today that he plans to retire as soon as a replacement can be hired.
"I expect it could take six months,'' Aceves said. He said he…
LA MESA -- The streets were busier. The school buildings were suddenly more full than they had been in years.
On Thursday, the new La Mesa Arts Academy at La Mesa Middle School opened for its first official day, bringing a new grade four through eight…Continue
La Mesa Gets A New Brewery
LA MESA -- When city officials changed local zoning laws to allow a winery to open, it took just a few months until La Mesa's first vintage was in the barrels of the San Pasqual…Continue
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LA MESA -- Pop up restaurants have been the hot thing in cities for a while -- the sudden appearance of…Continue
Term Limits Win A Place On Ballot
The La Mesa City Clerk has notified the La Mesa Term Limits supporters, that the signatures they gathered had passed inspection, clearing the way for…Continue
East County Schools Reopen Friday
Added by La Mesa Today on May 15, 2014 at 4:57pm — No Comments
LA MESA RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR VOLUNTEER POSITIONS ON CITY BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES…Continue
Added by Gina Garcia on May 14, 2014 at 5:00pm — No Comments
LA MESA -- The commercial district along La Mesa Boulevard near Jackson Drive continues to get richer with the looming opening of what may be the most creative bar to spring up since Bo-Beau entered the Village scene last year.…Continue
Victim Dies In Tree Trimming Accident
LA MESA -- On November 12, 2013 at approximately 8:00 AM, the La Mesa Police Department responded to the 4400 block of Date Avenue to assist the Fire Department with a medical aid call. Upon arrival, officers learned that the 41 year old male victim was working for a private company doing a tree trimming job. The victim and his co-worker were elevated in a boom lift…Continue
Church Joins Kids Health FairContinue
Added by rick griffin on August 31, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
Last week we pointed out that the La Mesa Spring Valley School District has an unfunded liability for retiree health care of almost $24,000,000. That amount of money should have been set aside to pay for promises to provide for health care after retirement - but it was not. We decided, in the interest of fai rness and requested by some taxpayers, to look at two other local…Continue
New, Slimmer PBID Has A Coming Out
LA MESA -- La Mesa got its first glimpse at a pared down Property Based Improvement District that…Continue
LA MESA -- The new workout facility on the Senior Enrichment Center on La Mesa Boulevard is getting a new public bulletin board and it arrived Saturday on the wings of an eagle.
Well, a soon-to-be eagle anyway.
See slideshow below.
LA MESA -- A beautiful San Diego morning greeted an energetic gathering of local authors and artists gathered to share their work at an event sponsored by the Friends of the La Mesa Library.
Cindy Marten, newly appointed Superintendent of the San Diego Unified School District, will be the featured speaker at the La Mesa-Foothills Democratic Club April 3rd meeting. Ms. Marten will address some of the challenges facing modern urban school districts like San Diego's. San Diego Unified is currently struggling with a large budget deficit and is moving forward with a plan to sell off $50 million worth of its properties to help achieve a balance. Over 60% of the new funds coming…Continue
Added by Stuart Strenger on March 30, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
LA MESA -- La Mesa Municipal Pool will not reopen on February 4. Due to extensive repairs, reopening the pool has been delayed. As soon as all replacement parts are received and installed, a new re-open date will be announced. Updated information is…Continue