San Diego’s City Council Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee meets today.
Two interesting things on the agenda
First a report on recruiting and retention of police officers
Second info about the cities towing program … apparently in 2012 the city towed 19,000 fewer cars than in 2008.
This morning the CHP is going to talk about distracted driving statistics. According University of California at San Diego study in a 2011 national study approximately 3,300 deaths and 400,000 injuries involve distracted drivers.
At 3:30 this afternoon Pacific Beach residents are protesting the expansion of a bar that wants to put tables onto a busy sidewalk.
Then this evening at 6:00 PM Councilman Kevin Faulconer is giving his “State of the District” speech.
Three noteworthy things in court today
First … the voice of Charlie Brown, Peter Robbins, has a status conference, he is accused of threatening his girlfriend and her doctor.
Number two is the Sentencing of Cesar Swain, he pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, for shooting and killing a man in the Southcrest neighborhood
And number three the arraignment of Deborah Ann Fowler for kidnapping her 3-week-old niece.
Also … a new $40.5 million dollar Behavioral Science Building will break ground at San Diego Mesa College at 10 this morning
And finally at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista at 9:30 AM the County of San Diego hosts the Intergenerational Games. Senior citizens are paired up with elementary school students and compete in sports and mental games.
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