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walden-family-services-recognized-for-innovation-in-inclusion-of-lgbtq-youth-by-hrc-foundation

Walden Family Services, a Southern California-based nonprofit foster care, adoption and transition-age housing agency, has been recognized in Celebrating Everyday Change-Makers in Child Welfare. The first-of-its-kind report highlights more than 70 child welfare agencies across the country that partnered with the HR...

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san-diego-taking-initiative-to-address-current-and-future-challenges-in-providing-healthcare-facilities

According to panelists at a recent luncheon this week, healthcare providers are seeking to expand, remodel and re-purpose their facilities to better serve a growing demand based on changing demographics and changing service models. The evolution of consumer-driven healthcare services is also drivi...

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c-3-event-solicits-public-input-for-sdsu-west-plan

Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3) hosted a brief panel discussion followed by an audience participation charrette addressing how to ensure that redevelopment of the Mission Valley stadium site is integrated into the surrounding community to the greatest exte...

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A student team from University of San Diego’s Burnham Moores Center for Real Estate submitted the winning redevelopment plan, entitled Delta District, for the SPAWAR site at ’s 9th annual University Challenge, held on Thursday, April 25 at  in Mission Valley.

Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3) hosted a meeting recently to highlight a new vision for the northeast corner of Mission Bay. Championed by San Diego’s Audubon Society, and supported by the University of California San Diego (UCSD) and a host of environmental organizations, the ReWild aims...

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walden-family-services-coo-joins-ffta-board

, a Southern California-based nonprofit foster care, adoption and transition-age housing agency, announces that Chief Operating Officer Sue Evans has been elected to the national (FFTA) Board of Directors for a three-year term.

The FFTA works to d...

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after-measure-g-sdsu-and-city-of-san-diego-contemplate-next-steps-for-mission-valley-stadium-site

San Diego State University (SDSU) aims to start land purchase negotiations with the City of SanDiego for the Mission Valley stadium site in the first quarter of next year and play its first football game in a new stadium in 2022. This is according toGina Jacobs, AssistantVP of Divisional Communicati...

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naiop-san-diego-announces-2019-board-of-directors

NAIOP San Diego, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, will install Harvest Small Business Finance Co-Founder Adam Seery as its 2019 president.

A 14-year member of NAIOP San Diego, Seery has served on all of the chapter’s comm...

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crew-san-diego-elects-new-board-of-directors

CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) San Diego, a membership organization dedicated to promoting, educating and supporting professionals in the field of commercial real estate, has announced its 2019 board of directors:

President               ...

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ecotourism-expert-shares-vision-for-mission-bay-park-with-c-3

Ecotourism specialist Andy Drumm says San Diego’s Mission Bay Park has stagnated. At a recent C-3 breakfast event, he presented a case for turning to an ecotourism model to reinvigorate it.

Ecotourism is defined by the International Ecotourism Socie...

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