SAN DIEGO -- Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VR) 57 is scheduled to host children from Make-A-Wish San Diego for a “Holiday Salute” at the squadron’s headquarters on Naval Air Station North Island Dec. 7.
Now in its fifth year, the annual event invites Make-A-Wish children and their families to interact with service members from the Navy and Marine Corps while celebrating the holiday season.
The event includes tours of various aircraft, as well as static…Continue
Like some Asian food, this City Council meeting was sweet and sour. The meeting started with the sweetness of today being proclaimed 'Linda K. Hascup Day' in honor of her retirement as City Clerk. Mayor Tanaka noted Linda's 14 years of selfless devotion to duty to Coronado, which included riding herd on 230 regular and special Council meetings and more than 900 requests for public records.
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Guests staying in the posh Hotel del Coronado may make it possible for budget-conscious campers to pitch their tents just north of the border with Mexico.
San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox is pushing to develop a campground in the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park or at nearby Border Field State Park, which he said could help meet growing demand for affordable accommodations along the high-priced Southern California coastline.
One potential source of funding:…Continue
A unit of Phoenix-based Alliance Residential Co. has acquired the 549-unit Coronado Bay Club Resort Apartments in Coronado for more than $160 million.
According to recorded documents, Alliance paid $161.58 million for the 13.91-acre property at 1515 Second St. -- a price which includes the buyout of a ground lease. The sale works out to $294,316 per unit.
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