lettersforweb
Feb. 10 2016
It is possible to construct a new stadium in San Diego with no new costs to the city [“Deano Spanos’ lameduck Chargers,” Feb. 3]
lettersforweb
Feb. 3 2016
I chuckled as I read about City Councilmember David Alvarez chuckling in Spin Cycle [“Mayor Moonshot adds to his to-do list,” Jan. 20]. Councilmember Alvarez waxes eloquent about the mayor...
lettersforweb
Jan. 27 2016
I applaud your articles on homelessness and the effort being made to reduce the death rate here and elsewhere. But I want to interject one very sad reality. I was as close to homeless in 2008 that I ever...
lettersforweb
Jan. 20 2016
Well said [“A Chargers-less, Powerball-type payday,” Jan. 13]! The city still owes $60 to $70 million for the stadium improvements (Still paying for Petco, too?)
lettersforweb
Jan. 13 2016
"HOUSING FIRST" WORKSIn response to "Cold and wet can be life threatening," [Jan. 6] by Ron Donoho at CityBeat: San Diego has long relied on emergency shelters and temporary housing
lettersforweb
Dec. 29 2015
CZAR YOU KIDDING? In [ìBaby, it's cold outside,î Dec. 16] your quote is: "If San Diego's mayor isn't going to personally champion a movement to eradicate homelessness then a czar...
lettersforweb
Dec. 22 2015
HIDDEN HOMELESS Regarding "A homeless shelter shell game' from the Dec. 9 issue, we do have less than half the shelter beds of any of the past five years, 250 beds instead of 350 +
lettersforweb
Dec. 16 2015
I just read [“Homeless stats get worse,” Dec. 2] about the issue of homelessness in San Diego. I, too, have personally seen the overwhelming amount of homeless individuals scattered throughout...
lettersforweb
Dec. 9 2015
Nice article by Ron Donoho on the homeless in San Diego [“Homeless stats get worse,” Dec. 2]. I volunteer at a couple of nonprofits that deal directly with the homeless: Uptown Community Service...
lettersforweb
Nov. 30 2015
Your editorial this week ["Playing politics with Syrian refugees," Nov. 25] is disappointing for it flies in the face of known facts—that 80 percent of the Syrian "refugees" are young men, not women...
lettersforweb
Nov. 25 2015
Thank you for your article on our homeless vets [“Political will and homeless veterans,” Nov. 11]. I do think the problems run much deeper and are more systemic
lettersforweb
Nov. 11 2015
My event took place on April 15 of this year on First Street between by Ralph’s Supermarket. At that time, as well as now, I was/am disabled and I walk with the aid of a walker with four wheel, due...
lettersforweb
Nov. 4 2015
In Aaryn Belfer’s article [“A (mostly) satirical look at an alternate gun universe,” Oct. 14] she mentioned that, “20 first graders were gunned down in their Connecticut classroom...
lettersforweb
Oct. 28 2015
Parents who are foolish enough to bring children into this irrational world should not expect a Utopian reality. To be born in any era of human history is to be subject to many vulnerabilities. But to...
lettersforweb
Oct. 21 2015
Regarding the editor’s letter “Sandwiches and services” [Oct. 7], ignorance is bliss. I just can’t understand the pseudo powers that be have another stroke of genius
lettersforweb
Oct. 7 2015
Keep up the great work exposing bad cops from both the Sheriff's Department and the San Diego PD [“Shocking Consequences,” Sept. 16]
lettersforweb
Sept. 30 2015
While you do pay a whopping $20 per year, the sheer amount and mismatched conglomeration of boxes has become a visual blight all over San Diego. Maybe you could spearhead a uniform rack system such as...
lettersforweb
Sept. 23 2015
What is being overlooked in all this discussion of the convention center [“Contiguously speaking,” Sept. 16] is the lack of fiscally sound management oversight, which has been missing since...
lettersforweb
Sept. 16 2015
I love Ryan Bradford's Well That Was Awkward column. It is consistently funny. I mean, laugh-out-loud-three-or-four-times-per-column funny
lettersforweb
Sept. 9 2015
Regarding San Diego Ethics Commission appointments [“Reform the Ethics Commission,” Sept. 2], I would not trust San Diego retired judges

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