Local golf courses prime properties for housing redevelopment, CBS8.com
New Homes Are Planned After $14.5M Purchase of Former Golf Course By Lou
Hirsh, San Diego Business Journal 7/29/2016
Proposed Highend Housing May Displace Renters By Phillip Molnar, SDUT
6/18/16 (pdf version)
Has Golf's demise been greatly exaggerated? By Mike Stachura, Golf Digest,
Real Sports with Bryant
Gumbel: Web Clip - The Downturn in the Golf Industry (HBO Sports) 7/18/2014
County fire agencies spend less per resident than SoCal counterparts
By Kristina Davis, San Diego Union Tribune 9/1/10.
$44 million project starts Welcome sounds of construction ring in
Rancho Penasquitos By Roger Showley, Union-Tribune Staff Writer,
The Death of Leisure Life Apartments by Scarlet Rosenblum,
San Diego Weekly Reader, 2/7/09
Council approves density ordinance despite criticism, by Lori
Weisberg, San Diego Union-Tribune 11/18/07
Hotel owners grapple with plans for Doubletree property,
Corridor News 9/5/07.
Brush Fire; Letter to the Editor, Corridor News 7/19/07
Residents give thumbs down to Doubletree's redevelopment plan,
By Jose Lopez, Corridor News,
Board considers plans for hotel site: Houses, new hotel and shops
proposed, By David E. Graham, San Diego Union-Tribune 6/7/07.
Doubletree's plans center around development; hundreds of homes, a
hotel, open space proposed to replace golf course, By Andrea
Moss, North County Times 6/7/07.
Doubletree owners to unveil plans in June, By Jose A. Lopez,
Pomerado News Group, 5/9/07.
Activists see no bonus in greater housing density, By Lori
Weisberg, Staff Writer San Diego Union-Tribune, 3/17/07.
DoubleTree Project Sparks Interest in Local Elections; by José
Lopez, Pomerado News Group, 3/14/07.
Diego Density ordinance brings out critics, City seeks to boost
affordable housing; by Lori Weisberg San Diego Union Tribune,
A high price for affordable housing; By Lori Saldaña, 2/27/07
San Diego UnionTribune.
PQ Group Opposes Density Increases By Elizabeth Marie Himchak, Pomerado News Group,
"Tax Collector solicits opinions for bill's 'new look" -
contains planning board report on Doubletree. By Elizabeth Marie
Himchak, Pomerado News Group, 6/15/06
"Cresta Bella plans to get overhaul" By Elizabeth Marie Himchak,
Pomerado News Group, 2/9/06
"Cresta Bella Proposals due Feb. 1" By Valerie Marie Himchak,
Pomerado News Group, 1/26/06
"Residents prefer Doubletree as it is, 3 meetings held in
Peñasquitos" By Shannon Snow, Union-Tribune Staff Writer,
December 9, 2005
"DoubleTree update on council's agenda" By Valerie Marie Himchak,
Pomerado News Group, November 30, 2005
"DoubleTree's neighbors want resort to remain" By Valerie Marie
Himchak, Pomerado News Group, November 16, 2005
Doubletree neighbors like resort By Andrew Good, Pomerado News
Group, October 20, 2005
S.D. planning panel gives OK to condo conversions By Shannon
Snow, Union-Tribune Staff Writer, October 14, 2005.
Meeting attendees oppose development of golf resort By Shannon
Snow, Union-Tribune Staff Writer, October 13, 2005
Neighbors of the Doubletree Hotel say they want the resort to stay
By Adrienne A. Aguirre, North County Times Staff Writer, October 12,
Doubletree Resort's future to be discussed By Andrea Moss, North
County Times Staff Writer, October 11, 2005
Workshops aim to get consensus on resort By Shannon Snow,
Union-Tribune Staff Writer, October 8, 2005
Workshops will outline plans in PQ By Andrew Good, Pomerado
Newspaper Group, Corridor News 9/15/05
DoubleTree owners exploring new uses for property By Pat Kumpan,
Pomerado Newspaper Group, Corridor News 7/27/05
Doubletree resort is gauging community response to plans By
Booyeon Lee Union-Tribune Staff Writer July 23, 2005
"Powerlink project debate set for Sept. 6 in PQ" By Elizabeth Marie Himchak,
Pomerado News Group, 8/31/06.
Infrastructure Issue Headlines
Unsafe movements lead causes of local crashes By Elizabeth Marie
Himchak, Pomerado News Group, 12/22/06
Heavy on calls, light on resources - Strapped San Diego Fire
Department refused accreditation By Frank DeClercq, San Diego
Headlines & Opinions on Community Plans/Changes Citywide
Sudberry Properties Is Mining Public Opinion for Development Of
Mission Valley’s Quarry / Developer Promoting ‘City of Villages’
Concept for New Project By Pat Broderick, San Diego Business
Journal Staff 10/23/06.
Sustaining downtown's quality of life by Nico Calavito, Opinion
published in San Diego Union-Tribune 3/28/06