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SoNo Op-Ed: Neighborhood planning groups are not closed off to new voices
Voice of San Diego, June 28, 2018


Local employers worry about lack of affordable housing, study finds, June 26, 2018


Mayor Faulconer nixes short-lived plan for premium bike lanes downtown
San Diego Union-Tribune, April 5, 2018


Preserving old, low-rent apartments could play key role in solving San Diego’s housing crisis
San Diego Union-Tribune, April 2, 2018


L.A. votes to fight state lawmaker’s push for high-density housing
Los Angeles Times, March 27, 2018


‘Small-Format’ Target Store Planned for North Park
NBC 7 News, January 11, 2018


Major Makeover: University Avenue Mobility Project will bring improvements for cyclists and pedestrians; eliminate 91 parking spots between Florida and Boundary Streets.

San Diego Uptown News,  December 15, 2017


Bike lanes, or not

San Diego Uptown News, December 15, 2017


School district wants to swap old education center for new headquarters.

San Diego Union-Tribune, December 14, 2017


City’s long list of regulations prevents smaller, cheaper apartments.

Voice of San Diego, December 19, 2017


Are bulldozers the solution to soaring home prices?

San Diego Union Tribune, July 27, 2017


Commentary:  Bike commuting plan faces bumpy road.

San Diego Union Tribune, July 14, 2017


Vicki Granowitz leaves a legacy in North Park, turns her sights to city planning

San Diego Uptown News, June 30, 2017


Our Neighborhoods Are Changing

Environmental Health Coalition blogpost, June 20, 2017


Opinion: SDSU Must Speak Up Loudly and Clearly for Qualcomm Site

Times of San Diego, April 12, 2017


SoNo survey identifies residents’ top issues

San Diego Uptown News, April 7, 2017


New rules could limit some apartment construction, April 7, 2017


Commentary: Sunlight best disinfectant for government policies

San Diego Union-Tribune, March 10, 2017


Where millennials want to live might surprise you.

San Diego Union-Tribune, March 2, 2017


Affordable housing developers aren’t getting clued in on city land sales

San Diego Union-Tribune, February 17, 2017


Future has arrived: North Park, Golden Hill CPUs reveal city’s vision.

San Diego Uptown News, November 7, 2016


The moral of Measure B: With enough money, anyone can build anything anywhere.

Voice of San Diego, October 19, 2016


County climate pains coming.

Voice of San Diego, October 7, 2016


Donna Frye to speak to SoNo Neighborhood Alliance.

Uptown News, September 23, 2016


San Diego predicts shortcomings in Climate Plan’s transit goals.

KPBS News, September 20, 2016


Los Angeles neighborhood Integrity Initiative presents demands to city leaders.

Planetizen, August 24, 2016


North Park has its own issues to deal with. 

San Diego Union-Tribune, August 12, 2016


Jack in the Box headed to court over ‘remodel.’

San Diego Reader, May 24, 2016


Owls and emotions in South Park.

San Diego Reader, December 22, 2015


Neighborhoods unite.

North Park News, November/December 2015



SoNo Voter Education Guide 2020

Here are rosters for the 2020 North Park and Greater Golden Hill Planning Committee candidates, with links to publicly accessible databases containing more information on each candidate. North Park Planning Committee (NPPC) Candidates There are 18 candidates competing...

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Big Turnout at the January 30th District 3 Forum

All five candidates for the City Council District 3 seat in the March 3rd primary elections joined 60-plus North Park residents and business owners for a standing-room-only discussion of neighborhood and concerns. The candidates agreed that City Hall did not properly...

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Provide input on SANDAG transportation network concepts.

You have until October 31st to help guide how our region evolves. In spring 2018, SANDAG received valuable community input that identified several transportation and quality of life priorities. These priorities were used to develop three network concepts for the 2019...

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“Gimme Shelter: The California Housing Podcast”

Why is it so expensive to live in California? And what can the state do about it? Every other week, Los Angeles Times housing reporter Liam Dillon and CALmatters' data reporter Matt Levin chat about the latest developments in California housing policy and interview a...

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Read SoNo's Op-Ed, a new study from the San Diego Chamber of Commerce, and more news of interest to Golden Hill/South Park and North Park residents.  

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What’s on Your Wish List?

Did you know the City of San Diego receives millions of dollars from the federal government to invest in low- and moderate-income communities? Take this quick Community Needs Survey to inform the new five-year Consolidated Plan (Fiscal Years 2020-2024) by identifying...

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Be Our Eyes and Ears

You may have noticed a lot of building going on in Golden Hill/South Park and North Park. Many of you have been frustrated to see a construction project appear rapidly in your neighborhood. Often from start to finish happens before you have time to question how such a...

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