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2012 Media Archives

  • City of La Mesa

Allan says goodbye, Alessio & Sterling Sworn in, Street Scape & other issues discussed at last council meeting of the year  12/13/12

La Mesa Party of the Century Will Be Pricey, Exclusive Affair on Jan. 12   12/12/12

City Council clarifies Fair Trade position  11/27/12

Pot dispensaries headed for La Mesa ballot  11/13/12

Grossmont-Cuyamaca College Prop V passes  11/10/12

SUSAN DAVIS WINS REELECTION; NEW DISTRICT INCLUDES MUCH OF EAST COUNTY  11/9/12

Sterling, Alessio win La Mesa City Council seats  11/7/12

School Board, Healthcare Board   11/7/12

2012 La Mesa City Council Election Central   8/31/12

Sitta Named Chief of Heartland Fire & Rescue   8/7/12

Retiring Heartland Fire & Rescue Chief Mike Scott    7/29/12

La Mesa council discusses PBID, won’t make final decision   7/25/12

La Mesa Won’t Join State Move Allowing Less Transparent Government promises Mayor      7/18/12

LA MESA COUNCIL TAKES NO STAND ON POWER PLANT PLAN   6/28/12

La Mesa based Booze Merchants Association Gives Big to Fletcher S.D. Mayoral Campaign   5/24/12

Mayor Madrid appointed to League of California Cities Board of Directors Nominating Committee  5/7/12

LA MESA STALLS ON PROPOSAL FOR BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 5/3/12

La Mesa council doles out grant funds sparingly 3/27/12

La Mesa draft General Plan being shared 3/26/12

Parking meter money on agenda in La Mesa 3/12/12

LA MESA DISCUSSES ROLE IN TAX DISTRICT 3/8/12

La Mesa council discusses business improvement district 2/28/12

LA MESA AT CENTENNIAL: SMALL TOWN, BIG PLANS 2/11/12

Can La Mesa keep its small-town flavor? 2/10/12

Happy Birthday, La Mesa…What’s Wrong? 2/9/12

City makes $15,583 on meters that take credit or debit cards    1/26/12

Mayor Sees Downtown Progress in 2012—But Doesn’t Mention PBID    1/25/12

  • Helix Water District

Helix Water District Swears In Board Members, Names Officers   12/21/12

Helix Water District Approves 4.7% Rate Hike   8/16/12

Relining of La Mesa-area Water Pipelines   7/24/12

PENSIONS, LABOR = HIGHER WATER COSTS  6/14/12

New HWD General Manager   1/25/12

  • Local Schools

Bill Garrett Returns as Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District Governing Board President in 2013   12/13/12

La Mesa-Spring Valley School District adopts bond policy changes   9/6/12

Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District trustees say no to long-term bond for construction  8/24/12

Grossmont-Cuyamaca College Board OKs $398M Facilities Bond Vote   8/7/12

Wish List Tops $600 Million for Grossmont-Cuyamaca Improvements  7/27/12

School Boards Can’t Take Advantage of Looser Rules on Open Government   7/27/12

Bond Vote Mulled in Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District   7/26/12

New Human Resources Administrator Joins Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District   7/16/12

La Mesa-Spring Valley School Board Approves Cuts to Management Salaries   7/18/12

Reflections Central School Teacher’s Aide Charged With Sex Crimes  7/17/12

Helix Charter High School Leader Rani Goyal Got $56,000 Severance in Settlement Deal 6/14/12

La Mesa-Spring Valley School District Receives Negative Bond Rating From Moody’s 6/7/12

GUHSD Saves Taxpayers $4.9 Million by Refinancing School Upgrade Bonds  5/29/12

  • Grossmont Healthcare

La Mesa Nurse Joins Healthcare Board   12/26/12

Three New Members Join Board   12/26/12

La Mesa’s Sharp Grossmont Hospital Ranked Sixth Best in San Diego  7/19/12

La Mesa Residents Join Grossmont Hospital Bond Oversight Group   7/17/12

Sharp Grossmont Hospital received a grade of “C” for hospital safety   6/6/12

Fallbrook, Grossmont health agencies oppose changes 5/14/12

Grossmont Healthcare District releases annual report 4/23/12

  • Other Agencies

San Bernardino bankruptcy 7/12/12

Not All Muni Bankruptcies Are the Same  7/11/12

Mammoth Lakes bankruptcy  7/2/12

Stockton insolvency is a cautionary tale  6/28/12

Stockton bankruptcy is hard hit for city retirees 6/27/12

Stockton bankruptcy: Other California cities concerned 6/27/12

County Supervisors hold private talks on using county funds for new Chargers stadium 3/3/12

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