[Editor’s Note: The Southern Division of the SDPD sent out safety tips. Because residents on the South Bay are often concerned about safety, I’ve decided to print it up in full. The document is comprehensive and informative. Click on the images to enlarge in your browser.]
Tag Archives | San Ysidro
San Ysidro is a neighborhood of the City of San Diego that lies immediately north of the U.S.-Mexico border. Although it has a population of approximately 30,000, San Ysidro Port of Entry is the largest in the world with over 50 million vehicles passing through each year.
¡Haga que se escuche su voz! Visite www.SanDiego.gov/SYvote. Los residentes de San Ysidro y miembros de la comunidad tienen la oportunidad de votar por el diseño de una biblioteca nueva para reemplazar el actual edificio ubicado al 101 W. San Ysidro Blvd. La Ciudad de San Diego está solicitando el aporte de la comunidad, el cual […]
[Editor’s Note: This is a press release from Nicole Darling, City of San Diego.] San Ysidro Community to Vote on Design of New Branch Library COMMUNITY INPUT WILL BE PART OF SELECTION PROCESS Starting Wednesday, Nov. 9, residents of San Ysidro will have the opportunity to vote on the design of a new library to […]
For several years the San Ysidro School District reeled in scandal. Hit with a $12 million lawsuit, a teacher’s strike and the 2-month prison sentence for a former Superintendent, students became the real victims. Especially within a district that has a full 33% of students classified as homeless. The children deserve better. The current Superintendent and trustees are trying their […]
[Editor’s Note: I received the following information from Herman Baca concerning Chicano activist Ramon “Chunky” Sanchez.] By Herman Baca Paul Espinosa, (an Independent Filmmaker and winner of eight Emmy Awards)is close to finishing his documentary of our own San Diego Chicano musician/activist Ramon “Chunky” Sanchez. However to finish & complete the film, Paul needs help from […]