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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for October 9, 2013

The first winter storm is hitting San Diego. It’s going be windy and rainy all over the county today and into tomorrow. According to the National Weather Service winds gusts will reach 65-miles per hour in our mountains and valleys. High profile vehicles, like vans and trucks, should be very careful of the wind. Things are supposed to start to calm down late tonight or tomorrow morning.

Authorities are on the lookout for an arsonist that set a church on fire. At around 8:00 last night firefighters were called to Santa Sophia Catholic Church in Spring Valley. It took them about 10 minutes to put out the non-injury fire and there is no damage estimate yet.

San Diego’s City Council is busy all day today.

First at 9:00 AM the Rules Committee is talking about protecting the city’s retirement system from law suits over health benefits and the military’s economic impact on the city.

Then at 2:00 this afternoon the Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee is talking about San Diego Police’s staffing issues.

Beekeeping regulations are on the agenda for the San Diego County Board of Supervisors this morning at 9:00. They want to make it easier for people to keep bees as a hobby.

This morning is International Walk and Bike to School Day. All across San Diego County kids will be hitting the road to promote how healthy it is for kids to walk to school.

And tonight at 6:00 at the Oceanside Public Library government dysfunction is the topic for a talk by Professor Stephen Nichols.

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Hanging out talking wine and winter with Will Burtner


San Diego’s Quick News Update 11-19-12


Good morning

This is the quick news update from Bowlersdesk.com

Over the weekend sixty-two hundred gallons of sewage spilled into the North County’s Moonlight Beach. According to authorities a clog in one of the pipes is to blame Officials closed the beach to swimmers over the weekend and it remains close today … until the water samples are tested and proven safe.

This afternoon housekeepers and food service workers at Sharp Grossmont Hospital are picketing over increases in healthcare costs. The hospital’s low wage workers say their part of medical insurance could rise eleven percent Labor and the hospital have been in negotiations since early summer but have not been able to reach an agreement.


This morning at 10 AM San Diego’s emergency winter homeless shelter will accept a large donation from United Healthcare. The donation will be enough to fund the shelter through winter.

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