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Mayor Richard Bailey Details Tijuana River Valley Toxic Clean Up Progress

California native Mayor Richard Bailey didn’t grow up in Coronado. However, when elected to Coronado City Council in 2012 he became acutely aware of...

Communication Cools Tension Between Imperial Beach and Coronado

Memorial Day weekend was spoiled by millions of gallons of raw sewage and toxic waste flowing down the Tijuana River, fouling the sands and...

Federal Agencies to Meet June 5 to Address Cross-border Sewage Flows

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Customs and Border Protection will hold a stakeholder meeting at the Coronado Community Center on June 5 at...

Immediate Solutions Needed for Dire Sewage and Immigrant Crises at Border

Every second counts in the lives of Amber Craig and Fabian Carbajal, just two of the dedicated 2,200 Border Patrol Agents of the San...

California-Mexico Strategic Dialogue Panel Discussion Focuses on Trans-Border Sewage

California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon and the bi-lateral members of the Assembly have initiated the California-Mexico Strategic Dialogue program. This multi-faceted program is designed...

Surfrider Shares Conceptual TRV Cleanup Plans

The ‘Crisis at the Border’ - every newspaper, tv/cable news show, politician and pundit has an opinion. The residents of south San Diego though...

City Manager’s Weekly Update – March 8, 2019

Last week, the Mayor, the City Manager, and Coronado’s Washington, D.C. lobbyists, made office visits in DC seeking funding and a solution to the...

Is Joining Sewage Lawsuit a Symbolic and Feel-Good Decision Only?

Letters to the Editor submitted to The Coronado Times are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the publisher, editors or writers of this publication. Submit letters to letters@coronadotimes.com.

City Council: Sewage Lawsuit, Port Report & Controversial Tree

This week’s City Council meeting had a packed agenda with some touching presentations for service and philanthropy, comprehensive reports on the Port of San...

Surfrider Foundation Implores Coronado to Join Sewage Lawsuit

The Surfrider Foundation held a press conference on February 19 at Coronado South Beach at Avenida del Sol to ask the city of Coronado...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Necessary Reckoning

Submitted by Kenneth FitzgeraldWriter Wesley Morris describes our decisive collective pivot toward racial justice as “the Moment.” The Moment is the nation’s long-delayed reckoning...

John Duncan Announces Candidacy for City Council

Submitted by John DuncanI am excited to announce my candidacy for Coronado City Council. I will bring a fresh and professional level of scrutiny...

Alexia Palacios-Peters Announces Candidacy for School Board

Submitted by Alexia Palacios-PetersI am pleased to announce my candidacy for the Coronado Unified School District School Board. I look forward to bringing a...

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...

NEW STORIES

Grand Caribe Shoreline Park Temporarily Closed by Port of San Diego

Prioritizing public health, and in alignment with COVID-19 State and County public health orders, Grand Caribe Shoreline Park in the Coronado Cays will be...

The Necessary Reckoning

Submitted by Kenneth FitzgeraldWriter Wesley Morris describes our decisive collective pivot toward racial justice as “the Moment.” The Moment is the nation’s long-delayed reckoning...

Community Hero: Brian Phan – Coronado Firefighter and Paramedic (video)

The latest Community Hero video from the Coronado Library's Dive into Discovery Summer Reading Series. Thanks to Surf's Up Studios for the video.https://youtu.be/xJDmwnW3HHk

Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet Holds Change of Command

Vice Adm. Roy I. Kitchener relieved Vice Adm. Richard Brown as Commander, Naval Surface Forces (COMNAVSURFOR) and Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet...

Outdoor Recreation Companies Adapt to Pandemic Restrictions

As people look for things to do during the coronavirus pandemic, many are turning to the outdoors. Local outdoor recreation companies are implementing new...