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On Thursday, July 28, Caltrans and SANDAG will open the southbound State
Route 125 (SR 125)
to westbound State Route 905 (SR 905) connector in Otay Mesa to traffic.
The connector is the final link for the South San Diego County roadway network, improving
mobility and creating seamless connections for South County residents and travelers between
nearby communities and the rest of the region. Currently, vehicles traveling south from SR 125
have to exit via the Otay Mesa Road off-ramp and travel to La Media Road to access westbound
This creates travel delays, disrupts traffic flow, and increases greenhouse gas emissions
from prolonged travel times and idling vehicles at stop lights. The new connector will provide a
direct connection between southbound SR 125 and westbound SR 905, reducing travel times
and improving corridor mobility and accessibility.
National City is contemplating the future of a parcel of land downtown
after receiving proposals to build student housing, a mixed-used development
or a combination of both on the property. The roughly 12,000-square-foot
site, which the city has owned since the early 2000s, is composed of
a grassy field and shuttered building that once served as an education
Adjacent to that is a property that was formerly The Trophy Lounge bar and is owned by a local brokerage and development firm. The properties are located on the edge of National City and Plaza boulevards and across the street from Southwestern College’s Higher Education Center.
Like most California community colleges, Southwestern College does not offer student housing, but it has explored the idea for years. In its 2018 facility’s master plan, the college district identified the National City-owned parcels and the bar as a potential site for student housing.
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It has been a long wait for fans of Seaside Candy. After it closed due to the pandemic, owner Angela Frank planned on doing some remodeling and rebranding - but the process took longer than expected. Now, after two years, Seaside Candy will open on July 4th. Frank, whose realty office is now integrated inside the store, said many customers have come over and knocked on the door asking if Seaside Candy was open. “I knew it was time to reopen,” she said.Read More
Homeowners Bryan and Denee Felber have earned the title “Best in District” in the Otay Water District’s 2022 WaterSmart Landscape Contest. The 2,143 square feet of turf they converted to a drought-tolerant garden in 2015 continues to beautify the neighborhood and save water for the Chula Vista residents.
Before relandscaping, the Felbers faced the high maintenance and cost that comes with keeping a grassy lawn vibrant and green. After their yard upgrade, spray nozzles are no longer a feature in their front yard. Instead, a drip system irrigates the plants on a programmed schedule of about three days a week. When rain is expected, the system is turned off or delayed for a few days. A dry riverbed that runs across the landscape captures and directs rainfall, minimizing water runoff.
Human Resources Managers work in collaboration with department staff,
the Group Human Resources Director, and the Department of Human Resources
to plan, organize and direct human resources activities for a department,
which include recruitment, selection, classification, compensation,
payroll and personnel policies/procedures.
In addition, this position may oversee training and administrative functions that include budgets and information technology. The current opening is with the Health & Human Services Agency, however, the list established from this recruitment maybe used to fill vacancies in other departments as they occur.
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South County EDC we ask you to take a few moments and share your thoughts.
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an exceptional quality of life in South County.
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