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MPs to vote on medicinal cannabis bills

first_imgRadio NZ News 30 January 2018MPs will vote this afternoon on the government’s plan to make medicinal cannabis more widely available.But some advocates are worried lawmakers will view the legislation as a “compromise position” rather than voting for the Green Party’s more radical bill.There are two related bills – proposed laws or law changes – in circulation.The government’s bill lays the groundwork for a regulated medicinal cannabis industry and effectively allows terminally ill people to use illicit marijuana in the last year of their life. It will be considered by MPs today.Senior advocate group Grey Power is in the odd position of disagreeing with aspects of both bills, but still hoping they pass.Grey Power president Tom O’Connor said the government’s bill was too restrictive and had too many hoops to jump through.But he said the Greens’ effort went too far.“It would be just tempting fate far too much to allow people to grow cannabis at home for their own medication amongst the tomatoes and spuds.“They’d never harvest it for a start. People would be over the back fence to steal it anyway.”Regardless, Mr O’Connor hoped both bills would pass so they could go before a select committee and be debated.“These things need to be discussed in the public and we’d like to see that discussion be as wide-ranging as possible.”Bob McCoskrie, of Christian lobby group Family First NZ, said the government’s more “cautious and researched” legislation should go before a select committee.But he said Ms Swarbrick’s bill should be “chucked in the bin”.“There is no redeemable factor in it. It’s a grow-your-own-dope bill.”READ MORE: https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/political/349194/mps-to-vote-on-medicinal-cannabis-billslast_img read more


Dominica Red Cross Delivers Hygiene Care Kits and Food Packages to People in Quarantine

first_imgCoronavirusLifestyleLocalNews Dominica Red Cross Delivers Hygiene Care Kits and Food Packages to People in Quarantine by: – April 23, 2020 Sharing is caring! The Dominica Red Cross Society continues to provide support in various capacities as the country continues its fight against the Corona virus. The society is extending a helping hand this time around to those persons who are residents at the Government of Dominica managed quarantine units.The Dominica Red Cross Society has supplied One Hundred and Sixty-Six (166) hygiene care kits and One Hundred and Twenty-Six (126) food packages.Health and safety are of paramount importance to the Dominica Red Cross, so we have ramped up efforts to slow the spread of this virus among persons within the quarantine unit, awaiting the results of testing or spending the required 14-day period.Staying healthy during COVID-19 is about maintaining social/ physical distancing, practicing cough and sneeze hygiene, and washing hands properly and often. It’s also important to cope with stress and to focus on one’s mental health including maintaining a healthy diet, getting required exercise, staying in touch with friends/family, ensuring your information comes from trusted sources, and lessening the time spent with media coverage you perceive as upsetting.Dominica Red Cross is also working in partnerships with other organizations, including NGOs and businesses in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19.Fatal error: Theme at https://www.dominicavibes.dm/wp-content/plugins/image-gallery-reloaded/themes/classic/galleria.theme.min.js could not load, check theme path.– / 5 109 Views   no discussions Tweetcenter_img Share Share Sharelast_img read more


Rita M. Burkert, 81

first_imgRita Marie Burkert, 81, Greensburg, passed away on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at the Aspen Place Health Campus in Greensburg.  Born, January 29, 1938 in Millhousen, Indiana, she was the daughter of Louis F. and Martha M. (Rolfes) Luken.  Rita graduated in 1955 from Greensburg High School.  She has been an active supporter and fan of the Pirates during and after her graduation.  She had been a member of the Delta Theta Tau Sorority, worked with Meals on Wheels, and worked with Visiting Nurses.  Rita was an active member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church, serving as a eucharistic minister and former member of the board of education.  Rita worked as a secretary for Frank I. Hamilton, Sr. and Mayor Sheldon Smith.  She then worked for 25 years on the Decatur County Courthouse as the Clerk, then the Recorder, and finally the Treasurer of Decatur County.  Rita loved playing bridge with her friends, but her favorite times were spent with her family especially her grandchildren.  Family holidays were very important to her. She was married to James J. Burkert on September 13, 1958 and he preceded her in death on August 29, 1982. She is survived by one daughter, Marti (Dennis) MacKinnon, Wasilla, Alaska; three sons, Jay (Pam) Burkert, Indianapolis, Mark (Jane) Burkert, Greensburg, Jim “Bimmer” (Katie) Burkert, Elkhart; one brother, Ken “Gus” Luken, Greensburg; eight grandchildren, Greg, Michael (Lucy), John, Riley, Spencer, Thomas, Maggie, and Adam. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband; two brothers, Bert and Carl Luken; three sisters, Imogene Luken, Marian Hunter, Dorothy Overpeck. Family and friends will gather at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday at the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg to pray the rosary.   Visitation will follow until 5:00 p.m. at the funeral home.  The family will also receive friends from 9:00 a.m. until the funeral mass at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, December 2, 2019 at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greensburg with Rev. John Meyer officiating. Interment will follow in the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery in Greensburg. Memorials may be made to the St. Mary’s Catholic Church Building Fund. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img read more


Ginola warning for Spurs over Bale

first_img Ginola became a Tottenham icon during his three-year spell at Spurs, terrorising full-backs on the same left wing where Bale has done most of his damage this season. The Welshman has scored 27 goals for club and country this term, prompting speculation that Real Madrid will bid for the 23-year-old star. “They are going to have offers on the table, but if you want to keep being successful it is important that you keep your best assets and Gareth Bale is one of them,” said Ginola, who played 127 times for Spurs. Tottenham will be making another costly mistake if they do not break the bank to keep Gareth Bale this summer, according to former star David Ginola. Press Associationcenter_img Bale will be out for two weeks after he suffered an ankle injury against Basle on Thursday, but Ginola still expects a flood of big-money offers, including one from Paris Saint Germain, to come in for the pacy forward this summer. Ginola has watched on in despair over the last few years as Spurs have been tempted to part with star players like Dimitar Berbatov and Luka Modric after receiving big-money offers. The Frenchman does not want to see the same happen with Bale this summer. Ginola added: “Spurs have made mistakes in the past like selling Berbatov, Modric and Rafael van der Vaart. Let’s not do mistakes any more. Last summer they were minus two very important key players and they had to rebuild the midfield.” Although Bale only signed a new four-year contract last summer, it has been reported that Spurs are willing to sit down with their star man and discuss the possibility of a new deal. Spurs are unwilling to smash their pay ceiling to shell out the huge sums of money on offer at Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea. Ginola thinks they must make an exception for Bale given his importance to the squad. “You have to break the piggy bank and spend it on Bale,” the former Newcastle man said. “It will be a question of money. Knowing the salary cap at Spurs it will be complicated because if you are a player you can get an offer from a club that is four or five times more than you currently earn, but he is a Spurs player and he could still be over the next few years.” last_img read more


First Federal/mBank donates $37K to NE lower Michigan groups

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — The First Federal/mBank Community Foundation awarded more than $37-thousand dollars to local charities and organizations.Foundation President Mike Mahler says First Federal wants to be a resource to communities in northeast lower Michigan.“Every grant we give, allows one more organization to make a positive impact, and we are thrilled to be able to increase the grant award to $1,500 this year to help these organizations do even more,” says Mahler.Donations were given to institutions like Thunder Bay Theatre, Alpena Community College and the Oscoda County Food Pantry.For the 2019 fiscal year, grants increased to $1,500 from $1,000 dollars. Grant applications for the first quarter will be accepted until march 4th. Click here to apply. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Photo of the Day for Tuesday, February 26Next Mid-Michigan Health cardiologist explains the importance of American heart monthlast_img read more


13 more in our area test positive for COVID-19

first_imgButler191 Butler13 Worth3 Confirmed CasesNew Cases Area Total44413 Mitchell61 Mitchell4 Wright2676 RecoveredNew Recovered Area Total17713 Floyd19 Hancock9 Kossuth Winnebago Cerro Gordo24 Wright Worth Hancock252 Deaths Kossuth9 Franklin111 Winnebago11 Mitchell Wright7612 Hancock Kossuth16 Franklin38(1 removed) Worth3 Cerro Gordo393 Franklin Cerro Gordo1 Butler2 DES MOINES — 13 more people in our immediate listening area have tested positive for COVID-19.According to the Iowa Department of Public Health’s coronavirus website between 11 o’clock Wednesday morning and 11 o’clock this morning, six more cases were confirmed in Wright County, three more in Cerro Gordo, two more in Hancock and   single cases in Butler and Mitchell counties.That now brings the area total of lab-confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic to 444 — 267 in Wright; 39 in Cerro Gordo; 38 in Franklin; 25 in Hancock; 19 each in Butler and Floyd; 16 in Kossuth; 12 in Winnebago; six in Mitchell and three in Worth. Franklin County saw a case previously identified in their county reassigned to another county.13 more people in the area have recovered — 12 in Wright and one in Franklin — for a total of 177.Looking at the state’s numbers, nine more people have died from COVID-19 for a total of 638; 269 more cases have been identified for a total of 22,785; and 261 more people have recovered for a total of 13,806. Floyd1 Floyd17 Winnebago12 Area Total4last_img read more


Penrose Physical Therapy Announces New ‘Back Pain & Sciatica Workshop’ in…

first_imgFacebook7Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Penrose & Associates Physical TherapyIf you or a loved one suffer from chronic back pain then attending this Workshop may be the most important thing you do this year. It may unlock mystery of your back pain. It can show you a way to get back to the life you deserve… Jennifer Penrose can help you live pain free. Photo courtesy: Penrose & Associates Physical TherapyA life where you can sleep at night without tossing and turning. Hoping to find one position where the pain stops.One where you can wake up in the morning and not take 20 minutes to get out of bed. Followed by another 20 minutes to put on your socks and shoes.A life where you can pick up and play with your kids or grandkids without worrying when your back is going to “go out” and leave you crippled on the floor.A life where you can do and enjoy all the things you see so many enjoying. Things you want to do but your bad back has kept you sidelined.…Basically, a life without the curse of back pain.If You Feel Let Down, Disappointed, And Even Skeptical About What can Be Done To Help You, Then Read On…My name is Jennifer Penrose, Lacey’s leading back pain specialist. I have been helping people live with much less back pain for more than a decade now. And what we know now is that so many people are confused by the advice they’ve previously been given. They’re unsure about why it didn’t work out. Perhaps even skeptical about their best chances of living with less back pain in the future. That’s why I created this one hour Workshop entitled: “The Best Kept Secrets Of Easing Low Back Pain And Staying Pain Free” – and decided to make it FREE to the residents of Lacey.About the WorkshopWhen you attend, first you’ll discover just how many other options there are available to you – and how safe and simple they are – then we think you’ll agree with the many attendees who’ve already gone before you who now say it truly is possible to get relief from chronic low-back pain, even if you’ve suffered for 20 years or more.Here’s what you’ll learn at this new workshop:The 7 urgent coping strategies every back pain sufferer must never forget when back pain strikes!Why 50-53 percent of people make their own back pain worse by doing just this one thing wrong!The 7 things you can do if you’re hoping to avoid surgery that’ll cost you nothing…The most successful treatments for low back pain that doesn’t involve any drugs.The 3 best exercises that you can do at home, in your living room or even from your couch… that’ll help you walk further for longer.How to get a free “injury severity” low back pain examination and where to go for it… Photo courtesy: Penrose & Associates Physical TherapyIf you’re currently seeing a doctor, thinking about it, or just don’t want to face the hassle of talking to your insurance, but still want to get some real help, then attending this Free Workshop which reveals “The Best Kept Secrets For Living With Less Back Pain And Staying Pain Free”You Should Only Attend This Workshop If:1) You or a loved one suffer from back pain2) You are aged 40+ and have suffered with low back pain for longer than you feel you should have3) You are currently seeing a doctor or thinking about it4) You have an open mind and willing to act upon new adviceYou Should NOT Attend This Workshop If:1) You are just a curiosity seeker. We only have a limited number of seats available, please don’t take one from somebody who really needs the help2) You have a closed mind and won’t listen to any new advice no matter what If you meet the qualifications above, here’sWhat To Do NextPick up the telephone. Take action in your own self-interest and protect your future independence and mobility. Save yourself from a lifetime of suffering more back pain than you need to. Lines are now open and we only have a limited number of seats available for this amazing Workshop for people who want to attend the next one at our clinic on Thursday, August 1st at 6pm. RSVP at [email protected] and let us know you heard about this workshop on Thurston Talk.center_img Photo courtesy: Penrose & Associates Physical TherapyP.S. This workshop is available for you to attend at our clinic in Lacey. Spaces are limited, so please call NOW to make sure you get a seat, and when you do, you will breathe a sigh of relief once you realize how easy (and cost free) it is to finally start living life on your terms again – with much less back pain.And just so you know we have a monthly podcast called “Stay Healthy South Sound” and the new episode is live about mental health and how to keep good mental health.  We interview local experts so you can stay healthy and enjoy the South Sound!iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/stay-healthy-south-sound/id1460144640Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen#/sulpSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3feMt6PJtvtDBcpqPV8xXclast_img read more


Inquirer 7 top UAAP 80 women’s volleyball players: Week 7

first_imgGalanza was divine for the Lady Falcons as she scored 22 points in five sets against the Lady Warriors, 19-25, 25-11, 16-25, 25-16, 15-12.And Galanza was also clutch for Adamson when she powered one through in the fifth set that gave the Lady Falcons the 14-11 match point.4. Mary Joy Baron (De La Salle University, middle blocker)Mary Joy Baron. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLast week: N/AWeeks on list: 2Mary Joy Baron was the first player to top this list and it took her six weeks to make another appearance.Although she now ranks as just the No. 4 player, her credentials are nothing short of incredible.After scoring a modest six points in the Lady Spikers’ win over UP, Baron upped the ante and tripled that production against FEU.Baron put up 18 points against the Lady Tamaraws, and just like Dy, was queenly in her performance in the fifth set.Baron scored three of the Lady Spikers’ 10 points in the fifth set as La Salle quelled FEU’s march and establish an 8-2 record in the standings.  PH kiteboarding ace Tio clinches lone Youth Olympic Games berth In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Milena Alessandrini. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLast week: N/AWeeks on list: 1She’s the first debutante this week and Milena Alessandrini had hell of a game to deserve her spot.Alessandrini showed promise in her first few games in the first round before she suffered a right shoulder injury that sidelined her for a month.She came back at the start of the second round as a libero when UE dealt UST a four-set beating, 25-23, 18-25, 28-26, 26-24, but her true form showed when the Golden Tigresses tangled with the Lady Maroons.Alessandrini lit up for a season-high 20 points as she provided a much-needed help to Rondina.7. Mylene Paat (Adamson University, opposite hitter/middle blocker)Mylene Paat. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLast week: N/AWeeks on list: 1Mylene Paat has been invaluable for Adamson University this season as she’s become one of Galanza’s reliable lieutenants. And it wasn’t just Reyes, who was fed up with all the misery, so was Rondina.A ticking time bomb, Rondina exploded for 25 points in the Golden Tigresses’ four-set win over the Lady Maroons, 19-25, 30-28, 25-20, 25-16. Rondina’s offensive production solidified her place atop the scoring leaders with a total of 212 points across 10 games making her the only player this point of the season to average more than 20 a game.And her monstrous scoring also led her to have the most appearances on this list with six, edging out Jaja Santiago (5).3. Jema Galanza (Adamson University, outside hitter)Jema Galanza. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLast week: N/AWeeks on list: 2Adamson University has been having an up-and-down season. The Lady Falcons went from serious contenders who defeated the mighty Lady Spikers to bleacher-sitting spectators who have lost to subpar teams after their stunner against La Salle. With Adamson’s season crashing, the angelic Jema Galanza lifted the Lady Falcons up as if she was Athena inspiring the Greeks on whatever battle they’re in. Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism LATEST STORIES 1. Kianna Dy (De La Salle University, opposite hitter)Kianna Dy. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLast week: No. 2Weeks on list: 4Kianna Dy may not unload a plethora of points against her opponents, averaging just 13.4 points a game, but when she scores it matters.And she was instrumental in La Salle’s perfect run this week where the Lady Spikers hacked out contrasting victories.ADVERTISEMENT View comments There’s something magical brewing in the latter stages of the UAAP Season 80 women’s volleyball tournament. Mathematically speaking, all eight teams are still in Final Four contention with only defending champion De La Salle in solid footing.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkAfter a perfect 2-0 slate this week, the Lady Spikers have assured themselves at least a playoff for the semifinals with an 8-2 record.And just as the recurring theme of this list for the past few weeks, there are two new faces for this edition of the rankings. Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comebackcenter_img Throughout the course of the tournament, Paat displayed a scoring versatility that few can match up to.Paat is the No. 11 scorer in the league in terms of total points, 124, and also the fifth best blocker with an average of 0.62 per set.On Sunday, however, Paat concentrated mainly on her spikes when she put up 18 points with 17 coming off hits, helping the Lady Falcons slip past the Lady Warriors in five sets.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Every week, INQUIRER Sports will be ranking the seven best performers in the UAAP Season 80 women’s volleyball tournament. The author will base the rankings on the players’ team standings, statistics, and the intangibles that don’t appear on the stat sheets.ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award 5. Maddie Madayag (Ateneo de Manila University, middle blocker)Maddie Madayag. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLast week: N/AWeeks on list: 2Ateneo has so far been one of the more consistent teams in the season.After losing two straight games at the start of the tournament, the Lady Eagles have soared and dropped just one game after seven matches.And against NU, the once owner of the first seed of the tournament, the Lady Eagles showed that they are still a force to be reckoned with.In the middle of all that was captain Maddie Madayag, who put up 13 points in their three-set sweep of the Lady Bulldogs, 25-22, 25-16, 25-17.Madayag came in all fronts for Ateneo, scoring six spikes and six aces and her lone block of the match was an emphatic one.Maddie, the team captain, went toe-to-toe with the towering Santiago in the second set and blocked the NU skipper to give Ateneo a 22-16 lead in the second set. 6. Milena Alessandrini (University of Santo Tomas, outside hitter) Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Dy was solid in the Lady Spikers’ three-set sweep of the Lady Maroons, 25-15, 25-19, 25-19, with14 points on six spikes, four blocks, and five service aces.But it was in their five-setter against FEU that the star opposite spiker displayed her briliance. Dy scored 18 points, but four of those came when it mattered most for La Salle.After the Lady Spikers went tit-for-tat against the Lady Tamaraws in the fourth set, Dy unleashed her wrath that ultimately dismantled FEU, 25-17, 21-25, 16-25, 25-20, 15-5.Of the 10 points the Lady Spikers scored in the fifth, Dy had four of them and she got ample help from another member of this list.2. Cherry Rondina (University of Santo Tomas, outside hitter)Cherry Rondina. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netLast week: No. 7Weeks on list: 6Cherry Rondina has been the most prolific scorer of the season so far and her scoring exploits have finally stopped UST’s mid-schedule disaster.The Golden Tigresses were in a tailspin before facing UP, having lost five straight games, something head coach Kung Fu Reyes described as “uncharacteristic.” MOST READ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazillast_img read more


SAI suspends officials arrested by CBI on corruption charges pending inquiry

first_imgThe Sports Authority of India (SAI) on Thursday suspended four of its officials, who were arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) last week on corruption charges, pending an enquiry.The SAI officials alleged to be involved in corruption were Sanjeev Sharma (Director), VK Sharma (Upper Division Clerk), Harinder Prasad (Junior Accounts Officer) and Lalit Jolly (Dealing Hand, who was previously Laundry Supervisor).”In accordance with the Central Services Recruitment rules, these four alleged officials have been suspended with immediate effect pending inquiry,” a SAI official told PTI.”They are in judicial custody till February 1 and the CBI is conducting its own inquiry. Their job remains suspended till they get a clean cheat from the investigating agency,” the official added.They were arrested after raids were conducted at the SAI headquarters at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on January 17.Besides, the quartet, two other private contractor Mandeep Ahuja and his employee Yunus were also arrested for their involvement in the alleged racket.It has been alleged that these officials, all belonging to the administrative wing of SAI, demanded 3 per cent cut to clear a transport bill of Rs 19 lakh.Also Read | CBI raids Sports Authority of India, arrests director, 5 others in corruption caselast_img read more

SD City Council approves controversial Rancho Penasquitos Village development

first_imgSD City Council approves controversial Rancho Penasquitos Village development 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsRANCHO PENASQUITOS (KUSI) — The City Council voted 8-1 Monday to approve a Rancho Penasquitos housing development that calls for the demolition of former affordable units to make way for 600 mostly “workforce” houses, condominiums and apartments.Developer Lennar Homes of California will more forward with the plan to demolish the 332-unit Penasquitos Village development to construct Pacific Village, which will consist of 99 single-family homes, 105 triplex units, 120 condominiums and 276 apartments. Of those apartments, 60 will be restricted to low-income residents. Lauren Phinney, Lauren Phinney Updated: 10:19 PM March 5, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Today, the City Council voted to approve the Pacific Village project. I want to thank everyone involved for their collective work to improve this project.— Christopher Ward (@ChrisWardD3) March 6, 2018The proposal faced major criticism from some community leaders and residents of Penasquitos Village, who say that the plan unjustly dislocates economically disadvantaged people, some of whom have lived there since the complex was built in 1970. They also contend that 60 affordable units is too few.“This renovation, if approved, will make us homeless,” said Jeremy Pagaduan, 19, who lives in the village with his family. “Please don’t be oblivious to the cost of living in San Diego. Please consider myself and my family in your decision.”The project won the approval of more skeptical council members due to the large number of concessions made by the developer since Pacific Village was proposed two years ago.Lennar officials agreed not to begin demolition until all the 23 remaining Section 8 voucher holders living in Penasquitos Village have found new housing. The project now consists of 10 percent affordable units, up from none when it was proposed.The company is also offering residents up to $3,500 in relocation assistance and will give at least 120 days notice before residents will be required to leave.Penasquitos Village units were restricted to low-income residents until that deed restriction expired in 2010. Monday its rents are not restricted by any government program and the developer could theoretically charge higher rates, but because the complex has few amenities, rents are comparatively lower priced, according to David Stern, Lennar vice president.Stern said Pacific Village — with rents starting at $1,600 and condominiums starting in the mid-$500,000s — would be important in addressing San Diego’s shortage of middle-income housing.In addition to the 60 on-site units, Lennar also plans to build 12 additional affordable units in its Del Sur development and earmark 43 market-rate units in the region for Section 8 voucher recipients as part of its response to the project’s opposition.“We can’t just focus on the subsidized housing,” Councilwoman Lorie Zapf said. “This is a great project that I think is a great balance of both.”Opponents, including state Sen. Toni Atkins, D-San Diego, chastised the council for not acting sooner after the city was notified Penasquitos Village would be losing its restricted affordable status.“What is especially disappointing is the city and the Housing Commission had the opportunity to prepare for a response to this incredible loss of affordable units,” Atkins wrote in a letter that was read by an aide.That was echoed by resident Martha Sullivan.“I remember first learning about this proposed project about two years ago,” Sullivan said. “At that time, we were talking about homelessness as a crisis. And we were talking about the loss of low-income housing as a crisis. People have been telling this city what damage this is going to do to our low-income housing stock for over two years.”The lone no vote was cast by Council President Myrtle Cole, who, after hearing two hours of emotional testimony said she would schedule a special council meeting in July dedicated solely to affordable housing. Posted: March 5, 2018last_img read more