Prosecutors have accused a Chula Vista councilwoman and her brother of fraudulently obtaining $176,227 in PPP loans and then using the money for personal and campaign expenses.
It’s been three weeks since San Diego began enforcing its public camping ban. Now, neighboring Chula Vista is considering a similar ordinance of its own.
The stakes are higher than ever for the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG).
Chula Vista police say the first-of-its-kind program is tremendously beneficial for de-escalation purposes.
Among California cities, Fremont, Oceanside, and Irvine took the top spots.
She will be the city's first Latina city manager.
One councilman referred to something “not tolerable” going on “behind the scenes.”
When Chula Vista City Councilman Steve Padilla first announced he'd tested positive for COVID-19, he seemed to be in relatively good spirits.