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Gloria Tierney

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A freelance writer in San Diego for more than 30 years. She has written for a number of national and international newspapers, including the Times of London, San Diego Tribune, Sierra Magazine, Reuters News Service and Patch.Have news to share? Send tips, story ideas or letters to the editor to: manager@ecoronado.com

Council Awards an Affordable Housing Contract, Discusses Sewage and Grants

At its February 6 meeting the Coronado City Council unanimously approved a slate of routine agenda items on the consent calendar, including approving its...

Accessory Dwellings and Affordable Housing Top Council Agenda

Here’s what the Coronado City Council will be discussing at its meeting on Tuesday, February 6, 2018Coronado Interfaith Housing Corporation (CIHC): An agreement to...

City Still Seeking a Restaurateur for its Golf Course

For a moment it looked as if Coronado had a new team to run the restaurant at the Municipal Golf Course. A committee that City...

Active Transportation: Neighbors Rally Against Proposed Isabella Median

It seems people only show up when their vested interests are at stake -- attendance at last Wednesday’s Active Transportation community meeting is a...

Council Amends ADU Ordinance, Holds Off on Golf Course Concessionaire Choice

The City Council voted 4-1 to amend its Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) ordinance. The ordinance now requires landlords to rent the main house or...

Community Grants and Golf Course Restaurant Top City Council Agenda

 Here are some of the major issues the Coronado City Council will be discussing at its meeting on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.Community Grant Program:...

Jennie Portelli Resigns from the Coronado Tennis Association

After 15 years of fighting the good fight for tennis, Jennie Portelli is stepping down as the President of the Coronado Tennis Association (CTA)....

The Del’s New Executive Chef Raises the Bar on Food and Service

The Hotel del Coronado's new executive chef Stefan Peroutka has set out to make the Del a food destination, not only for conventioneers and...

City Council Lowers the Costs of Doing Business in Coronado

The city council approved charging a $25 annual fee to operate a business in Coronado. The vote was 4-1, with Councilwoman Carrie Downey voting...

City Council to Discuss Campaign Disclosure, Business Fees and Gateway Project

Here’s what the Coronado City Council will be discussing at its meeting on Tuesday, December 19, 2017.  Business License tax. Replace the business license tax,...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Nick Kato Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Nick KatoDear Friends and Neighbors,I am writing to introduce myself to you as I begin my campaign for a seat on the...

Stacy Keszei Annouces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Stacy KeszeiDear Fellow Coronado Residents,I am proud to announce my candidacy for Coronado Unified School District Trustee. As a Coronado Village resident,...

The Mob Comes for Crown Manor

Submitted by Ryan C.It wasn’t long after I moved to Coronado that I heard about an infamous local Facebook group. A new acquaintance of...

Whitney Antrim Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Whitney N. Antrim Dear Friends and Neighbors,I am excited to announce my candidacy for a seat on the Coronado Unified School Board. I...

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Nick Kato Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Nick KatoDear Friends and Neighbors,I am writing to introduce myself to you as I begin my campaign for a seat on the...

Stacy Keszei Annouces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Stacy KeszeiDear Fellow Coronado Residents,I am proud to announce my candidacy for Coronado Unified School District Trustee. As a Coronado Village resident,...

Bluewater Boathouse Adds Temporary Tent City to Accommodate Outdoor Dining

Known as much for its historical charm as its fresh seafood, steaks and dining over the water, Bluewater Boathouse Seafood Grill will reopen after...

Election Season: How to Run for City Council or CUSD Board & Who’s Running

Current events are emotionally and politically charged right now. For those who are ready to take action, now is the time. Whether you want...

Whitney Benzian Reflects on City Council Experience

Whitney Benzian will not be running for reelection on the Coronado City Council, describing the difficult decision he has been thinking about for a...