A San Diego County Live Well Communities program in southeastern San Diego has received a $10,000 grant and been chosen as one of 50 local government projects to participate in a national Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge.
To become a poll worker, applicants must be a U.S citizen and registered to vote in California, or lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States.
You’d be one lucky duck if you added these feathered friends to your flock.
The Registrar of Voters is urging voters to double-check their registration status on its website after some residents got letters from an organization called the Voter Participation Center claiming the residents aren’t registered to vote.
What looked like easy pickings inside a dumpster at a Grantville recycling plant turned into a deep problem when two raccoons found they couldn’t get back out.
The California State Association of Counties presented San Diego County with two Challenge Awards and six Merit Awards, the most awards given to any county this year.
Residents and non-profits working in the unincorporated area of the county are encouraged to propose projects that benefit low- and moderate-income residents as long as the projects align with the County’s Consolidated Plan.
The County’s Department of Planning & Development Services plans to hold public workshops Sept. 26 and 27 to collect input to develop a County Climate Action Plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Tuesday’s meeting is a special, evening, communitywide public workshop.
As a result of a large number of contests in the Nov. 8 Presidential General Election, San Diego County registered voters will for the first time get a two-card ballot.
The County plans to hand-spray to kill invasive Aedes mosquitoes in the Skyline area of the City of San Diego after mosquitoes were found living near a resident who contracted Zika virus while traveling outside the country.