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Coronado resident John Ovrom is an author and recognized civic/business leader. He has successfully grown and sold more than 10 of his own businesses plus numerous others for clients in the past 20 years. In the process, he has gained first hand experience and learned a great deal about selling a business from both the seller and buyer’s perspective. It is that perspective that has allowed him to publish his first book: Exit & Answers - make better decisions when you sell or exit…Continue
For Immediate Release: Contact: Kathy Fairbanks
February 25, 2011 (916) 443-0872
Legislative Counsel Testifies that Governor’s Redevelopment Proposal Legally “Problematic” Because of Prop. 22
Sacramento – In testimony before the Senate and Assembly Budget Conference Committee today, a representative from the Office of Legislative Counsel indicated the Governor’s proposal to abolish redevelopment is legally “problematic.”
When asked by…
Added by eCoronado on February 28, 2011 at 9:20am — No Comments
Your presence is requested at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting!
Our Senior Center, located on Orange in across from the park, is visible to all. It should be the pride of our community. It is not. In fact, the non-descript little building next to our beautiful library was originally used as an equipment maintenance facility by the City.
Seniors, and soon-to-be seniors, are happy to hear the news about Tuesday's City Council meeting because City Manager…Continue
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This post was sent to us from Jon and Mary Ann Sanford with their daughter's permission. We are very excited to have Amy as a member and get to know her more through her story and future experiences.
Our daughter, Amy Sanford, has sent us the following account of her Egyptian experiences…Continue
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With so many books on San Diego and Coronado history around, it's amazing there are still stories to be told. One woman’s passion for our history, however, has led to a fresh new book, “Officers’ Row 1904,” based on a true story that captures a bygone era of Army glory in Coronado and Point Loma.…
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Multiple stop signs, parking signs, intersection signs and at least one tennis court sign were tagged with the image of Mayor Casey Tanaka. The graffiti reported was found outside the CHS tennis courts, Palm Academy and Coronado High School. Most of the instances were near the intersection of 6th Street and D Avenue.
We contacted Coronado High School earlier this morning and they were not aware of the graffiti. They said that they would contact the custodian to…Continue
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Update: The 78-year-old driver that was killed was Claire Elaine Dietz of Coronado. Dietz was driving a Subaru sedan and pulled onto Silver Strand Blvd. from Fiddler's Cove. Dietz pulled in front of a SUV traveling southbound. The vehicles collided, the Subaru rolled several times and Dietz died at the scene. The SUV was being driven by a 25-year-old male who had minor injuries but was not taken to the hospital. Witnesses say that…Continue
Added by eCoronado on February 24, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments
The very lovely and talented Alisa Fedele, from Sydney, Australia is coming to Coronado in August. If you are interested in having her play at your venue or special event please visit her website at www.alisafedele.com
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After a few days of rain last week, the sun emerged and we decided to head over the bridge to visit La Jolla. It took about 30 minutes to wind our way to our destination and it was worth it. Enjoy the photo recap and if you get a chance, be sure to set aside a day to explore the beautiful coastline of La Jolla:
La Jolla Children's Pool (however, children and adults may not swim here!)
850 Coast Boulevard, La Jolla, 92037 (…Continue
I hate to see my son go through this. He has a stuffed "Itchy" beanie dog from "All Dogs Go to Heaven".
The dog is 12 years old, has helped him through a nasty divorce and his mandated trips between homes.
Looks like Itchy (weiner dog) from the movie "All Dogs Go to Heaven" Seam on back of dog. Hole in tail. Ears missing. No mouth. Eyes hand drawn. Very…
Peg Ford (left) with Congresswoman Susan Davis
A MATTER NEAR AND DEAR TO THE HEART OF AN OVARIAN CANCER SURVIVOR AND PATIENT ADVOCATE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:…
Added by Peg Ford on February 22, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Coronado students “Survived and Thrived” in CSF's 2010 Telethon and are preparing for this year's “Survival of the Fittest” fundraiser on March 16th!
Coronado- Mark your calendar for the 23rd Annual Coronado Schools Foundation Telethon, “Survivalof the Fittest” on March 16th from 5-9pm at Coronado High School (CHS), presented by Time Warner Cable with a goal of raising $160,000 for the five public schools in the Coronado Unified School…Continue
The Coronado Woman's Club & Vigilucci's Ristorante
An Elegant Luncheon in Coronado…Continue
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