The Committee on Chicano Rights President asks if National City is ‘chopped liver’ By Barbara Zaragoza On November 3rd, Herman Baca, President of the Committee on Chicano Rights (CCR), wrote a letter to Michael Vu at the San Diego County Registrar of Voters asking: Why doesn’t National City have a Mail Ballot Drop-Off Location? Imperial Beach has a […]
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National City is a city in San Diego County, California. The population was 58,582 at the 2010 census, up from 54,260 at the 2000 census. National City is the second-oldest city in San Diego County.
Every year, La Vista Memorial Park & Cemetery hosts a Dia de los Muertos event. This year, they put on another fabulous festivity, with altars, a fashion show, vendors, food trucks and artists. Mayor Ron Morrison gave a recognition speech and dressed up for the occasion: The Aztec Dancers showed up along with some famous […]
Do you know who your school board trustees are? In November, National City residents will go to the polls. Three names will appear on the ballot for school board. Two seats are open, so residents will be able to vote for two candidates. I reached out to the three candidates and asked if they would provide a […]
Editor’s Note: This week, South Bay Compass has given candidates for National City Council and opportunity to have their voices heard. Today, Luis Natividad expresses his views on the pressing issues of his city. Candidates Statement I Love National City! I want to be your next City Councilmember! National City has been my home for […]
Editor’s Note: This week, South Bay Compass takes a look at the National City Council Elections. With no Candidates Forum taking place and two seats on the City Council up for election this November, voters deserve to make informed choices. Voters can choose two of the six candidates. Next up, Candy Morales: Candidate Ballot Statement As […]