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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.
A Year Of Struggles And Triumphs
LA MESA -- A review of the year 2011, believe it or not, reveals as much good or hopeful news as bad for the Jewel of the Hills.
While the U.S. economy continued a slow mend, new business and investment were quietly occurring even…Continue
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Added by La Mesa Today on December 7, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
LA MESA -- John Vigil, the Village Merchants Association's Christmas in The Village guru, was up on a ladder again Saturday, trying to use the weekend hours to make final light fixes in advance of next week's holiday event.
LA MESA -- Thanksgiving is Thursday and, well, you've either already started thawing your bird or you've made reservations.
(There are still some open seats at Centifonti's on La Mesa Boulevard if…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on November 23, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Amid Challenges, Merchants Elect Officers
LA MESA -- The La Mesa Village Merchants Association met Monday night and voted to add one new officer and re-elected all the other current officers.
But a critic of the association's recent practices is still challenging the election process and fears the association will face criticism from state and…Continue
LA MESA -- The Grossmont Healthcare District (GHD) board of directors has unanimously voted to approve a $150,000 grant to Volunteers in Medicine – San Diego, Inc. (VIM), a non-profit that brings together medical professionals and…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on November 18, 2011 at 12:50pm — No Comments
In The Energetic Trenches With Local Entrepreneurs
LA MESA -- In tough economic times, it can be depressing to sit at home listening to the pundits kvetch and speculate on the cause of the latest market turn.
One remedy is to get out among those who are actually looking for…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on November 14, 2011 at 9:07pm — No Comments
LA MESA -- This much is clear: In an unusual move, the city council voted 4-1 Tuesday against an effort supported by Mayor Art Madrid that was aimed at increasing the scrutiny of groups applying for city special event…Continue
Another Chance To See 'Unique La Mesa'
LA MESA -- In a county that can sometimes seem overrun with tract homes, La Mesa offers an eclectic counterpoint.
With many of its homes built by individual builders -- some that went on to architectural fame…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on October 29, 2011 at 4:34pm — No Comments
LA MESA -- The good news at Tuesday's mostly sedate City Council meeting was an announcement that the city soon will only be sending two sewer bills to local residents each year.
The bad news…Continue
Committee Passes Another Milestone
LA MESA -- The long, sometimes glacial process to establish a new Property Based Improvement District took a large step last night, approving by…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on October 12, 2011 at 9:16pm — No Comments
Gio's Heading For Another Makeover
LA MESA -- Gio's Bistro and Wine Bar, a dowtown landmark almost from the day it opened in 2007, appears to be headed for a dramatic transformation.
Gabe Giordano, Gio's founder, told a group of fellow La Mesa merchants Thursday night that he…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on September 15, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments
City: Blackout Taught Some Lessons
LA MESA -- As soon as La Mesa city officials realized the power outage last Thursday was not going to be short lived, they opened the city's emergency command center and began executing plans put in place to handle crisis situations.
Outside, MTS trolleys had blocked the Allison Avenue crossing and articulated…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on September 11, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
Celebrating La Mesa's Early Brush With Hollywood
LA MESA – The La Mesa Historical Society is getting a head start on the city’s centennial celebrations with an August weekend intended to memorialize the city’s unique role in…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on August 1, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments
PBID Gets Down To Brass Tax
LA MESA -- The group of merchants and property owners working on downtown La Mesa's future took a definitive step Wednesday night in shaping the proposed Property Based Improvement District.
The steering committee voted to raise $378,100 annually by levying fees against the 170 properties and using the money to improve…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on December 8, 2009 at 8:00pm — No Comments