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By Chris Lavin
La Mesa Today Editor
LA MESA -- In a usual month, the City Council meeting is where you might come to measure the activity running through the fault lines of local…Continue
LA MESA -- There is an agenda for this afternoon's City Council meeting, but the real business of the city is not specially mentioned on the list of…Continue
Part Three in a five part…Continue
Lothian Joins The Council Fray
LA MESA -- In these Olympic days, November's City Council race is officially starting to look like a team event.
Officials in the City Clerk's office report that Laura Lothian, the La Mesa realtor who unsuccessfully challenged Mayor Art Madrid two years…
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Two Jump Right In To La Mesa Council Race
This was the first day La Mesa residents could "pull papers," officially signaling their intention to run for the two City…Continue
LA MESA -- Village Merchant Shannon O'Dunn, owner of O'Dunn Fine Art on La Mesa Boulevard, was telling friends and colleagues Wednesday that she plans to run for City Council in November.
O'Dunn, who is also a retired college professor, instantly won…Continue
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LA MESA -- City Councilman Dave Allan's final months in office may be characterized as "Rolling Thunder.''
No, Allan isn't screaming from the dais these days, but this weekend he will be firing up his beloved…
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Council Refuses To Sign PBID Petition
LA MESA -- In a tortuous meeting with more twists and turns than the road to Julian, the City Council refused to sign the Property Based Improvement District petition…Continue
LA MESA -- Both literally and figuratively, Tuesday's City Council meeting may heretofore be known as the "L'il Abner Night" in local politics.
City Councilman Mark Arapostathis had to miss the meeting because he is directing "L'il Abner'' for…Continue
All Here Agree: Prop L Takes The Budget Cake
LA MESA -- City staff went through the annual ritual of presenting the budget -- a two-year forecasting document -- and it quickly became clear to all who were listening that Proposition L is shielding the Jewel of the Hills from some of the pain being suffered in other municipalities.
If there was any…Continue
LA MESA -- This city is planning a special weekend of patriotism and support for veterans, adding this year a special dedication of…Continue
City Looking For A Few Good Drivers
LA MESA – One of the great parts of living in the Jewel of the Hills, everyone agrees, is the rural, small-town feel. Homes are tucked away in quiet glens and secluded hillsides. But without a car, life can quickly become unmanageable.
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