Let’s discuss management.
This week, an interview by KPBS’s Andrew Bowen caught the eye of hosts Scott Lewis, Andrew Keatts and Sara Libby. He was interviewing San Diego Metropolis Council President Jen Campbell, and she or he voluntarily elected to rehash the contentious battle she fought to develop into Council president.
She argued to Bowen that the choice over who ought to maintain the position ought to have continued behind the scenes, as an alternative of in public. The council presidency is “an administrative put up,” she stated. “And it’s often completed behind the scenes and voted on solely by Council members.”
Lewis, Keatts and Libby assessment the transient historical past of the Council presidency on the present.
On the state degree, California’s management is making an attempt to wrap up this complete digital colleges nightmare. This week, the state Legislature accredited a invoice aimed toward incentivizing colleges to reopen by April. However whereas the trail to highschool reopening could also be getting clearer, former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer argues he would have done it better, and that all of it boils right down to management.
The Sewage Saga
On the second half of the present, VOSD atmosphere reporter MacKenzie Elmer spills on what’s taking place with the Tijuana River.
Mexican management has claimed for months now that they’ve stopped sewage from spilling into the Tijuana River (and thus, onto U.S. seashores).
Elmer checked on that declare to see how — and the place — issues are actually going. What the Mexican authorities says is partly true, it seems. And now, there are a couple of viable therapy options and a few federal cash useful. However there could also be a protracted wait earlier than a full, binational resolution clears issues up in a sustainable means.