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Lazy Acres Natural Market Announces Launch of EBT SNAP Acceptance

| February 19, 2024 | 0 Comments

Same-Day Delivery and Pickup Via Instacart Is Offered Community grocer Lazy Acres Natural Market announced today that it will now accept Electronic Benefits Transfer Supplemental Nutrition and Assistance Program (EBT SNAP) online for same-day delivery and pickup via Instacart. With this program, EBT SNAP participants will now be able to use their benefits to shop […]

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Live, Learn, Love, and Celebrate!

| February 11, 2024 | 0 Comments
Live, Learn, Love, and Celebrate!

By Jamaal Jackson, President, Mission Hills BID and Assistant Vice President| Branch Manager US BANK Mission Hills February is filled with noteworthy reasons to celebrate. Let’s begin with the celebration of National Black History Month, dedicated to acknowledging the significant impact that Black individuals and communities have had on our nation’s history, culture, and progress. […]

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Mayoral Candidate Larry Turner Calls for an Independent Investigation into Infrastructure Failures

| February 9, 2024 | 0 Comments
Mayoral Candidate Larry Turner Calls for an Independent Investigation into Infrastructure Failures

After hearing from residents in the City of San Diego asking why the mayor and other elected officials did nothing to act proactively on an inevitable disaster, mayoral candidate Larry Turner seeks an independent investigation into infrastructure failures. Turner says blaming the flooding on climate change as the mayor said on Monday, is ludicrous. He called […]

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Environmental Equity and Economics Group Support Repeal of the Proposed Utility Tax

| February 9, 2024 | 0 Comments

It’s becoming more obvious every day that we have elected officials who are continuing to make poor decisions that impact their constituents.  One of the latest fiascos is AB 205, which included the utility income-based fixed charge under study by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). Assemblyman Chris Ward voted for the bill. However, due […]

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Why We Support San Diego’s Elected Community Planning Groups

| January 7, 2024 | 0 Comments

By Larry Turner, Kate Callen, Terry Hoskins For more than a half-century, San Diego’s community planning groups (CPGs) have been acclaimed as a national model of local democracy. As the City’s website states, CPGs elected by their communities have been “formal mechanisms [that] provide citizens with an opportunity for involvement.” This model of democracy is now […]

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YOUR VOICE MATTERS!

| January 7, 2024 | 0 Comments

Calling ALL Candidates – UPTOWN PLANNERS Election The Uptown Planners serve in an advisory role to the City of San Diego on land-use and development issues in our six Uptown neighborhoods:  Bankers Hill, Hillcrest, Medical Center Complex, Middletown, Mission Hills, University Heights. Whether you are for or against density, rent or own a home or […]

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Unhoused Students Provided Work and College Readiness Assistance at Monarch School

| January 7, 2024 | 0 Comments
Unhoused Students Provided Work and College Readiness Assistance at Monarch School

Monarch School, the only public K-12 school in the U.S. serving exclusively unhoused students, was selected as a Prebys Foundation grant recipient, receiving $250,000 for youth success, financial stability and economic opportunity work. “Last year with Prebys Foundation’s support, we were able to provide assistance to more than 200 students and alumni with life skills […]

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A Penny for Your Thoughts in 2024

| January 6, 2024 | 0 Comments
A Penny for Your Thoughts in 2024

By Jamaal Jackson, President, Mission Hills Business Improvement District and Assistant Vice President | Branch Manager U.S. Bank Mission Hills Happy New Year and best wishes for a heathy and prosperous 2024! And, Happy 25th Anniversary to the Presidio Sentinel, without which we would not have the opportunity to share our news directly with all […]

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Mission Hills Historic Library – What’s Happening

| January 6, 2024 | 0 Comments
Mission Hills Historic Library – What’s Happening

Late this past December, I noticed lights on inside the Mission Hills Historic Library building and saw a blueprint on a desk when I peered into the window.   According to my notes, the project is now two months late in being remodeled for use as a bookstore.  I originally contacted Logan Braydis, community representative for […]

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How to Get Money Out of Your 401(K) Plan

| January 6, 2024 | 0 Comments

If you are like most working Americans today, you probably have been contributing to a company retirement plan (like a 401(k), 403(b) or SEP IRA, or other plan) for a few years. One question that comes up regularly is: “How (and when) can I get my money out of my retirement plan?” Most often, that […]

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