Posts Tagged ‘East Village’

Judgment day

Posted: October 5th, 2018 | News, Top Story | No Comments

This November, San Diego voters have the opportunity to decide the future of the 166-acre parcel of city-owned land in Mission Valley that was home to the San Diego Chargers for more than 50 years. Two competing initiatives authorizing the sale of the former Qualcomm Stadium site will appear on this year’s ballot, making this one of the most unique elections in San Diego history. The initiatives must first pass by garnering more than 50 percent of the votes. And if they both succeed, the one with the higher percentage will win.

Downtown in motion: County supervisor, District 4 Candidate Forum

Posted: October 5th, 2018 | East Village News, Featured | No Comments

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, registered voters will cast their ballot in the midterm elections and specifically in San Diego’s 4th District race, voters will select their new County Board of Supervisors representative. The East Village Association (EVA) and the East Village Residents Group (EVRG) invite you to the Oct. 11 Downtown County Supervisor, District 4 Candidate Forum between candidate Bonnie Dumanis ( and candidate Nathan Fletcher (, from 5–6 p.m. at the San Diego Central Library’s Neil Morgan Auditorium (330 Park Blvd., San Diego, CA 92101), moderated by Lisa Halverstadt, Voice of San Diego reporter.

From bank to zoo

Posted: September 7th, 2018 | Featured, Gaslamp Landmarks | No Comments

By Sandee Wilhoit | Gaslamp Landmarks The Granger Building Once again, it is summertime in America’s Finest City, and many San Diegans clamor to spend time outdoors enjoying the many attractions it offers. Unique to San Diego is the world-famous San Diego Zoo, which actually got its start in the Gaslamp in the historic Granger Building.