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    COVID-19 Update – Friday, August 28, 2020: State, County Announce Reopenings

    State, County Announce Reopenings The Governor has announced a new blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. A four-tier, color-coded system will allow counties to show consistent success in coronavirus transmission before allowing more businesses and activities to reopen or resume. Closures will be based […] The post COVID-19 Update – Friday, August 28, 2020: State, County Announce Reopenings appeared first on Coronado Times.

    Understanding Stock Splits

    by Peter Thoms, CFA Big Day For Stock Splits On Monday, August 31st, two of the most high-profile companies in the world, Apple and Tesla, will split their stocks. Shareholders of Apple (Ticker: AAPL) will receive four shares of “new” Apple for each share they owned at the close on Friday. Shareholders of Tesla (Ticker: […] The post Understanding Stock Splits appeared first on Coronado Times.

    Pole Fed vs Traditional Window Cleaning

    Has your window cleaner arrived for the job with a tank, hoses and a long pole attached? Modern technology has brought pure water systems to the window cleaning industry, and many cleaners are utilizing these products today. So what is the difference from the squeegee method and how does it work? Traditional Squeegee Window Cleaning […] The post Pole Fed vs Traditional Window Cleaning Methods appeared first on Coronado Times.

    County Off State Monitoring List, Businesses Still on Hold

    San Diego County was removed Tuesday from the state’s County Monitoring List, but local businesses are still under restrictions. The County met a state metric for fewer than 100 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people for a third consecutive day on Monday. The case rate must remain under 100 for an additional 14 days, until Aug. […] The post County Off State Monitoring List, Businesses Still on Hold appeared first on Coronado Times.

    Councilmember Mike Donovan Running for Re-Election

    Submitted by Mike Donovan It has been an honor to serve as your Councilmember for the past four years, and I look forward to earning your vote in November for another four-year term. During my tenure, I have focused on improving residential quality of life as it relates to reducing building density; fostering historic preservation; […] The post Councilmember Mike Donovan Running for Re-Election appeared first on Coronado Times.

    A Running List of San Diego Restaurants That Have Permanently Closed Since the Coronavirus Crisis

    Courtesy photo The pandemic has caused some eateries to shutter forever The coronavirus crisis, which has impacted and irrevocably changed the restaurant and...

    How Tijuana’s Restaurants Are Coping With COVID-19 Challenges

    Central bar in Tijuana | Courtesy photo The effects of the pandemic along with travel restrictions have hampered the industry Early into...

    Coronado Crime Report (July 31st through August 7th)

    Crimes: Battery Report on Ocean Boulevard Assault occurred on the beach between a male and female subject. Male shoved the female against the wall. Female complained of neck pain and was taken to Scripps Medical Hospital in Chula Vista. Grand Theft Report on First Street Victim reported her jewelry stolen, amounting to a $4,000 loss. […] The post Coronado Crime Report (July 31st through August 7th) appeared first on Coronado Times.

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    Bankers Hill Bar and Restaurant Announces Temporary Closure

    Facebook The 10-year-old eatery will start hibernating next week San Diego County could be poised to fall back into the purple, or widespread,...

    Artist Profile: Dave Samara, Bagpipes

    The plaintiff call of bagpipes, yes bagpipes, sings out on Orange Avenue most Saturday afternoons as musician Dave Samara seeks to help a local business during these challenging times for local businesses. Visual Storyteller Brad Willis has this Artist Profile of Dave and his unique music: The post Artist Profile: Dave Samara, Bagpipes (video) appeared first on Coronado Times.

    Golf Course Water Recycling – Story Poles Misleading

    Submitted by Ann Wilson I watched last week’s Golf Course Advisory Committee Meeting on Coronado TV with interest as city staff was presenting information about the story poles that have been installed on the golf course with the objective being to give residents and the public a visual understanding of how views will be impacted […] The post Golf Course Water Recycling – Story Poles Misleading appeared first on Coronado Times.

    Voting and Ballot Drop-Off Locations for Coronado

    The City of Coronado will have two locations to drop-off your ballot: Coronado Library, located at 640 Orange Avenue – do not put in book return slots. (619-522-7390) City of Coronado Community Center, located at 1845 Strand Way (619-522-7342) Ballot drop-off locations will be open from 8a to 5p from Oct. 6 – Nov. 2. […] The post Voting and Ballot Drop-Off Locations for Coronado appeared first on Coronado Times.

    CUSD Reopening Update: Phase 2

    We welcomed our first cohort of students back on campus this week! As we monitor this first phase, we are actively planning for the return of our second cohort, currently scheduled to come back on Oct. 5th. As we continue this phased approach, we anticipate all students who opted in for in-school learning to be […] The post CUSD Reopening Update: Phase 2 appeared first on Coronado Times.
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