At 10:00 Councilman Kevin Faulconer will announce his decision to run or not for San Diego Mayor. Yesterday both congressional candidate Carl DeMaio and councilman slash interim mayor Todd Gloria both bowed out. Everyone expects Faulconer to jump into the race with the support of San Diego’s Republican Party. The other two major names in the race are Nathan Fletcher and Mike Aguirre both Democrats. Aguirre said he will run on the FOX5 Morning News but is going to make his official announcement this afternoon.
It’ll be interesting to see if having two Democrats on the ballot will make it easier for Faulconer a Republican
The election is November 19th and if no single candidate get more that 50 percent of the votes the top two will have a run off.
At 8:00 AM the San Diego County Taxpayers Association is meeting for a breakfast forum and on the agenda California’s controversial Proposition 13. Prop 13 affects property tax rules. It makes it so that your tax burden is based on the value of the property at the time you buy your house. Because schools get their funding from property tax this that means in older neighborhoods the schools get less funding. However it also means that people who have lived in their homes for a long time won’t have to worry about having their taxes raised beyond their ability to pay.
In a related story the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education unanimously approved restoring the concessions that district employees made last year. The concessions were made to help with the district’s budget shortfall. But now the School Board thinks the money will be there and they are giving teachers a retroactive pay raise of 2%.
Today is the last day for this season’s horse races at the Del Mar Racetrack. First post is at 2:00 PM
And finally tonight at 6:00 the San Diego Chargers Girls will unveil this year’s swimsuit calendar. Some of the profits from the sale of the calendar will go to the Wounded Warrior Project.
For more on these and other stories please check bowlersdedsk.com
… And please remember to post, re-post, and share.
SUBSCRIBE TO SOCIAL FEEDS!!!
So you will be kept up to date on what matters.
Posted in Border, Business, Economy, Education, Politics, san diego, Tax
Tagged Calendar, democrat, election, Faulconer, Kevin Faulconer, mayor, news, pay, political, politics, Prop 13, Proposition 13, republican, san diego, San Diego Chargers Girls, San Diego County Taxpayers Association, San Diego Unified School District Board of Education, sdusd, Special Election, Teachers