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2011 Media Archives

  • City of La Mesa

PBID Backers Mail Petitions to Village Property Owners, Seeking Vote   12/30/11

Ewin: Until the PBID Process Is Done, Art Madrid Speaks Only for Himself   12/16/11

Mayor Raps Remarks by ‘Furniture Lady’ in Email After Council Meeting  12/16/11

La Mesa votes down fair-trade designation 11/11/11

Mayor Loses Bid to Toughen Permit Rules on Outdoor Events   11/9/11

La Mesa moving sewer bills with property taxes-saves $100,000 10/26/11

Downtown parking garage not feasible says $43,000 study   10/19/11

Commission fines La Mesan over political mailer 9/22/11

Council member Allan to not run again 8/18/11

La Mesa Mayor pitches fuel efficient fleet 7/26/11

La Mesa police chief leaving post 7/26/11

Mayor Was Victim of Home Burglary in August 2010   7/21/11

Labor Deals with City Unions Not Helping Reduce Pension Obligations.  6/29/11

La Mesa takes awards for projects 6/2/11

La Mesa mayor demands apology over flawed Lemon Grove study 5/24/11

Mayor Tells Engagement to President of Grossmont Healthcare District Board  4/28/11

La Mesa capital improvement plans 4/26/11

La Mesa moves forward on downtown plan 4/14/11

Rising crime triggers call for more police 4/14/11

La Mesa charities told to expect less money 3/24/11

Religious leaders meet with La Mesa Mayor 3/21/11

‘Elephant in the Room’ Haunts Assessment District Panel    3/9/11

PROPOSED BUSINESS DISTRICT TAKES CRUCIAL STEP    3/3/11

Deadline Passes Without Financial Reports from Madrid and Lothian   1/31/11

Neighborhood Watch Among Topics at La Mesa Town Hall Meeting 1/22/11

La Mesa Can Expect Belt-Tightening Amid State Budget Cuts, Mayor Says   1/12/11

  • Local Schools

COLLEGE BOARD VOTES TO CHANGE ELECTION SYSTEM12/22/11

CONSTRUCTION PROGRESSES AT GROSSMONT HIGH SCHOOLS   9/15/11

LA MESA-SPRING VALLEY SCHOOLS LAY OFF 27 WORKERS  6/16/11

NEW PRESIDENT NAMED FOR CUYAMACA COLLEGE-CITES BUDGET CRISIS     5/6/11

Construction will be picking up soon as GUHSD approves $27 million in contracts   4/27/11

COLLEGES SEEK OPPORTUNITY IN FACE OF CRISIS  3/1/11

School system is trying to close a $9 million gap   2/24/11

LA MESA MAYOR’S ANNUAL “STATE OF THE CITY”  1/12/11

  • Helix Water District

MURKY WATERS: HELIX LIMITS INPUT OF DIRECTORS AND PUBLIC IN HIRING GENERAL MANAGER   10/27/11

Helix Water District suspends reclamation project 9/7/11

Helix Water District approves 6% rate hike 8/17/11

  • Grossmont Healthcare

GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE BOND SALE NETS $137M  3/3/11

Grossmont health care CEO gets pay raise to $206k by 2012 2/23/11

  • Other Agencies

Scrutiny for SANDAG  12/22/11

SANDAG exec up for $10K raise  7/21/11

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