August 30, 2014
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August 29, 2014
Re. Scott Barnett's view "the needs of Point Loma students outweighs inconvenience to a handful of neighbors a couple of dozen times a year." 1. We are more than a handful of neighbors, we have hundreds in our group now. The effect of lighting the stadium is more than an "inconvenience". It will seriously affect our standard of living here as well as our property values. PL high school student's ability to play sports at night under artificial light instead of during the day is not more important than our rights as home owners and tax payers. 2. The newly adopted field use policy calls for 18 nights a year, not "a couple of dozen". So already we can see that Scott Barnett and the school board will not comply with this policy and it hasn't even been implemented yet... 3. A new Correia sports complex is breaking ground soon and can serve any additional needs for students without impacting residents to the degree it will at PLHS. 4. Your article points out there is a $115 million structural deficit, which "hopefully" will balance out with selling off assets. That's pretty ambiguous and why are we spending so much money on sports venues when the campus at PLHS has other issues which are more important to the academic needs of students? How many voters thought so much money and priority would be given to school sports when they voted for propositions to improve school facilities? That's not what I thought I was voting for.
City services hours for Labor day, Monday, Sept. 1
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Here's the city administration's agenda for Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1. Public Safety: Police and Fire emergency crews will not be impacted. Station 38 (citywide emergency dispatch center) will be on duty. Other: There will be a one-day delay in trash, yard waste, and curbside recyclables collection for customers served by the Environmental Services Department beginning Monday, Sept. 1, due to the Labor Day holiday.  For example, Monday’s collection will occur on Tuesday, with Friday’s collection occurring on Saturday. Trash and recyclables collection will return to its normal schedule on Monday Sept. 10. The City’s Miramar Landfill will remain open on Labor Day on its normal schedule, from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Self-haul customers not allowed after 4 p.m.) The City’s “refuse/recyclables” container sales office on Miramar Place will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1. This holiday information for trash and recyclables collection is for the City of San Diego only. Residents in other cities should check with their waste hauler for holiday service schedules. Golf courses and starter booths will be open normal hours on Monday, Sept. 1. Holiday rates will apply. Balboa Park will be open. All public buildings in Balboa Park will be closed. Museums that operate on Mondays will be open. Specific Closures within the City of San Diego: All Administrative Offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1. The Testing, Employment Information Center and Background/Fingerprinting offices within the Personnel Department will also be closed on Monday, Sept. 1. Open Space and Maintenance Assessment District Offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1. Chollas Lake will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 1. Tecolote Nature Center will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1. Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center will be open with normal hours on Monday, Sept. 1. All City recreation centers will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1. All City pools will be open on Monday, Sept. 1 from noon to 4 p.m.  The Robb Field Skate Park (Ocean Beach), Rancho Peñasquitos Skate Park, Carmel Valley Skate Park, Bill and Maxine Wilson Skate Park (702 South 30th St.), and the Charles L. Lewis III Memorial Skate Park (6610 Potomac St.) will be open on Monday, Sept. 1. All libraries will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1. Parking meters, time restrictions on parking on streets and yellow zones within the City of San Diego will not be enforced.  Red, white and blue zones are still enforced every day.  Parking rules on Port property and in different cities may vary so please read signage provided.  The Family Justice Center will be closed on Monday. Sept. 1. Individuals needing help with domestic violence should call 911 and/or the Domestic Violence Hotline at (888) 385-4657.
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