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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 3, 2014

Weather in San Diego!

San Diego County is getting showers along the coast and inland valleys and snow in the mountains. The National Weather Service issued then canceled its winter weather advisory for San Diego city but the east county mountains still have one. The snow level will be at around 4000 feet and their expecting up to 4-inches on the ground. So if you live in or are going to the mountains take care the roads will be slick.

Sheriff’s Department is giving tours of the new women’s jail and recruiting this morning starting at 6:00 AM. The new jail is in the East San Diego city of Santee right next to the Las Colinas Women’s Detention Facility.

This afternoon at 1:30 in San Diego’s courthouse there is a sentencing and arraignment worth mentioning.

First Jason Arringdale will hear his fate after pleading guilty to confronting a woman and her baby in a rest room.

Then Ameen Brynt is being arraigned and is accused of trying to rape a woman in Balboa Park.

At 10:00 AM a new City Heights community park will officially open with a ribbon-cutting from Interim Mayor Todd Gloria and Councilwoman Marti Emerald.

Then at 11:30 another ribbon-cutting for several improvements at Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary School that make walking to school safer.

And tonight at 6:00 at the Old Globe Theater … a forum on affordable housing with Interim Mayor Todd Gloria, State housing official Susan Riggs, & President / CEO of San Diego Housing Commission Richard Gentry. All that before a play about a woman who loses her house.

And finally at 8:00 AM Pershing Middle School is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for May 30, 2013

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This morning at 9:00 31-year-old Jesus Arteaga Garcia will be sentenced for stabbing his pregnant and estranged wife who also happened to be a Customs and Border Patrol agent. Garcia fled to Mexico after the murder and was able to assert Mexican nationality meaning that in order for the United Stated to bring him back the death penalty had to be taken off the table as a possible sentence. There is no death penalty in Mexico and if Mexican nationals are wanted for a crime in another country Mexican authorities will not extradite unless the death penalty is removed as a possible sentence.

Also this morning at 9:30 the University of California at San Diego Medical Center is conducting a mass-casualty building collapse drill. UCSD Medical Center officials say that the “mass casualty and mass fatality” drill is meant to simulate catastrophes similar to the recent building collapse in Bangladesh.

Early this afternoon San Diego’s Mayor Bob Filner is hosting a youth summer employment summit with local business leaders. Connect2Careers is the new name for the redesigned “Hire-a-Youth” program. The program has about 400 youths signed up but only 60 companies. The Mayor hopes to change that.

Today Anti-Fracking activists all across the state are delivering petition to their local representatives to ban the controversial oil extraction method in California. In San Diego Democratic State Assemblywoman Toni Atkins will be the recipient in her office at 2445 Fifth Ave at noon.

Tonight at 7:00 activists will rally in support of comprehensive immigration reform on the west side of San Diego County Administration Building 1600 Pacific Highway. Some of the notable attendees are San Diego’s Mayor Bob Filner and Nathan Fletcher Chair San Diegans United for Commonsense Immigration Reform.

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Morning this is the AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for March 6, 2013

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Starting today San Deigns can get e-mail alerts about sex offenders living in their communities. At 10 AM County Supervisor Bill Horn, District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis, and Sheriff Bill Gore will unveil the new program. People will be able to sign up and get email alerts from law enforcement about the sex offenders living their neighborhoods.

This afternoon the man accused of raping a women he met on the Christian dating site www.ChristianMingle.com will ask his bail be reduced. 37-year-old Sean Patrick Bank was arrested on February 11 is also accused of a 2009 rape of an intoxicated person.
At his March first arraignment he was order held without bail. If convicted, Banks is looking at 44 years to life in prison

This morning San Diego’s Mayor Bob Filner is going to present his plan on how to use the Port of San Diego to create jobs. During his campaign for mayor Filner said that the port could add as many as 6000 high-paying jobs. While at the same time reducing greenhouse emissions as well as air and water pollution. The report is available at www.SanDiego.gov.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 19, 2013

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Sequester could hit San Diego’s economy hard. Congressman Scott Peters warns that if a budget isn’t reached in D-C and the draconian cuts from the sequester go into effect San Diego’s port could shut down. According to Mark Walker in a utsandiego.com article not only are port jobs threatened but national security.

Walker says “Port security could also be threatened if Congress and the White House fail to reach a deal to stave off massive federal budget cuts”.

Security experts I’ve spoken to believe this is a bit alarmist, However there is no denying that the sequester will affect port jobs and that will ripple through the economy locally, nationally, and internationally.

This afternoon a cold winter storm blows into San Diego. The storm will dump rain along the coast and up to a foot of snow in San Diego’s east county. Snow could fall at elevations as low as 2000 feet.

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