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LA MESA -- With less than two weeks to go to election day, things are turning a bit rough in the Jewel of the Hills.
Mayor Art Madrid Friday began circulating a direct mail piece that extolled his virtues on one side while…Continue
Fourth and final installment of a series of articles on term limits by Anthony Mc Ivor.
LA MESA -- Sorting and appraising the various impacts that term limits have on a community is no simple matter. La Mesa voters can get to the heart of it…Continue
LA MESA -- Elections are the black holes in the government universe. The closer election day comes, the stronger the political gravity. It starts pulling on everything, eventually drawing all activity to a standstill.
Tuesday's council meeting had some…
LA MESA -- If dollars were votes, City Council candidates Bill Baber and Mary England and Mayoral candidate Mark Arapostathis would be shoo-ins on election day.
The latest required campaign finance reports show a disparate range of fundraising among…Continue
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Candidates Forum A Polite Affair
LA MESA -- As he began the Chamber of Commerce Candidates Forum Thursday night, La Mesa Mayor Art Madrid endeavored to draw a clear distinction between he and his opponent,…Continue
By Anthony D. Mc Ivor
Second of four essays on the Term Limit proposal submitted by La Mesa Today member Anthony D. Mc Ivor. Readers are encouraged to comment below or submit formal…Continue
By Anthony D. Mc Ivor
First of four essays on the Term Limit proposal submitted by La Mesa Today member Anthony D. Mc Ivor. Readers are encouraged to comment below or submit formal responses to be…Continue
By Chris Lavin
La Mesa Today Editor
LA MESA -- After the Fourth of July -- with the primaries in the rear view mirror -- politics starts to heat up with the summer sun.
Though control of the U.S. Senate will…
LA MESA -- La Mesa resident Betty Stieringer and El Cajon resident Bob Ayres were recently sworn in as new members of the Grossmont Healthcare District (GHD) board of directors. Stieringer, a registered nurse, has lived in La Mesa since 1968. She was…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on December 26, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
LA MESA -- County Supervisor Dianne Jacob has added a new tool to stay in touch with her constituents – social media.
Jacob, who represents District 2, is now active on Facebook and Twitter, in addition to putting out a print newsletter, The Jacob Journal, and maintaining a website –…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on November 13, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Part Three in a five part…Continue
First of five articles.
LA MESA -- La Mesa's…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…
Added by La Mesa Today on August 3, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
LA MESA -- The City Council race in November will have at least one loser. A third person has pulled papers in anticipation of a race for the two seats being contested.
City officials today confirmed that Kristine…Continue
LA MESA -- Mary England, the executive director of the La Mesa Chamber of Commerce and a Lemon Grove City Council member, will compete for a state Assembly seat in November's election.
England, a Republican, was in a virtual tie with Democrat Shirley…Continue
Added by La Mesa Today on June 6, 2012 at 6:00am — No Comments
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
Added by La Mesa Today on May 16, 2012 at 10:30pm — No Comments
A Quiet Divide: The Mayor And The Chamber
By Chris Lavin