San Diego

🌱 Amtrak Service Halted + $187K Salary For Starter🏠 + Ankle Biters🦟

Good morning! It’s me, Bettyann Pernice, your host of the San Diego Daily — bringing you what is taking place round city as we speak:

  • Amtrak Service Halted — How lengthy? Maybe for months.
  • $187K Salary For SD Starter Home — Many San Diegans can not afford to purchase.
  • Mosquitos — Bites! Bites! Bites! Why are there so many now?
  • USNS Mercy returns to San Diego — 15,000 sufferers seen over five-month mission.

But first, as we speak’s climate:

Low clouds might break.🌥️ High: 75, Low: 67.


Here are 4 of the highest tales in San Diego as we speak:

  1. Amtrak service suspended till additional discover! Amtrak has introduced that service has been suspended between San Diego and Irvine as a result of want for emergency monitor repairs close to the ocean in San Clemente. Geologists, geotechnical engineers, and surveyors discovered hillside instability attributable to heavy rains from Tropical Storm Kay. Service was suspended instantly to make sure passenger security. (Times of San Diego)
  2. It’s a stunning statistic. San Diegans want greater than $186K per year in an effort to purchase a $669K house right here. According to Realtor.com, it takes $4,666 a month to qualify for a mortgage for a starter house. “Unfortunately, just to get a starter home, most people are priced out of that market, most households are priced out of that market,” Alan Gin, an affiliate professor of economics on the University of San Diego stated.” It is hoped that the current dip in housing costs might pave the way in which for extra would-be consumers. (NBC San Diego)
  3. They are out from nightfall till daybreak. Then they strike. They wish to chew your ankles, however they’ll chew different areas too. If you have been bothered by mosquitos this year, there’s extra unhealthy information. The state of affairs is about to worsen on account of the tropical storm that handed about two weeks in the past. So, what must you do to cease these pesky creatures? According to Chris Conlan, ecologist with San Diego County’s Vector Control Program, mosquitoes are skilled breeders. Conlon means that any supply of water round your private home must be eradicated, and all home windows, doorways, and window screens must be stored closed. San Diego County just lately accomplished its application of mosquito larvicide which ought to assist preserve the inhabitants of mosquitos below management. (CBS News 8)
  4. The USNS Mercy, a Military Sealift Command hospital ship, returned house after a five-month deployment. They accomplished the seventeenth annual Pacific Partnership mission, an annual multinational humanitarian help and catastrophe reduction preparedness operation. “It has truly been an honor to lead a diverse crew of committed men and women on the Pacific Partnership 2022 team,” stated Pacific Partnership 2022 Mission Commander Capt. Hank Kim. “We set out to strengthen ties and create new friendships with our host and partner nations, and we achieved this with resounding success.” The partnership gave medical care to fifteen,000 sufferers, accomplished development tasks, and taught catastrophe reduction workshops part of their mission. We welcome them house. (ABC 10 News San Diego KGTV)

Today in San Diego:

  • 🧒🏽🧒🧒🏾 Kids Free San Diego — San Diego Museum Council. (8 a.m.)
  • 🎃 Pumpkin Station, Kiddie Rides & Petting Zoo 2022: San Diego — Mission Valley Pumpkin Station. (9 a.m.)
  • 🌶️ Safety Fair/Police vs. Firefighters Chili Cookoff— Rancho Bernardo Community Council. (10 a.m.)
  • 🎭 Cats (Touring) — Civic Theater of San Diego. (1 p.m.)
  • 🛬 Honor Flight San Diego Welcome Home at San Diego International Airport — North San Diego Business Chamber. (2 p.m.)
  • 🍝 Taste of Italy Food Tour (Evening) — Little Italy San Diego. (4 p.m.)

From my pocket book:

  • San Diego Humane Society: “San Diego Humane Society’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) is deploying to assist with animal rescues in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian at the request of the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).” (San Diego Humane Society via Facebook)
  • City of San Diego: “Next week, in partnership with the Federal Highway Administration, the City will start construction of a new type of “fast build” modular roundabout on Florida Dr. near Morley Field. Roundabouts support the City’s Vision Zero efforts, having shown to eliminate over 90% of fatal crashes and over 75% of crashes resulting in injury.” (City of San Diego via Facebook)
  • San Diego Police Department: “This week, we seized fake pills containing fentanyl in #SanDiego. Did you know #DEA lab testing reveals that 4 out of every 10 fake pills with fentanyl contain a potentially lethal dose? Talk to your loved ones about the dangers.” (San Diego Police Department via Facebook)
  • San Diego Humane Society: “The love of a pet changes EVERYTHING! Share all the ways your pet adopted from SDHS has changed your life, and your story could help us earn up to $100,000 in lifesaving funds from Petco Love!” (San Diego Humane Society via Facebook)
  • San Diego County Library: “Partner Spotlight – Oct. 6 – 6 p.m. at SDSU theatre! Join KPBS for a special live, free event with Brit Bennett, author of the 2022 One Book, One San Diego adult selection, ‘The Vanishing Half.’ Check-in begins at 6 p.m.” (San Diego County Library via Facebook)
  • Library Foundation SD: “TOMORROW ⬇️: Heart of the Zoo 🐨🐒🦍 at San Diego Central Library! Flock on over 🦩it should be a roar 🦁 Friends of Central San Diego Library” (Library Foundation SD via Facebook)

More from our sponsors — thanks for supporting native information!

  • Dirty Cello at The Merrow. (Oct. 2)
  • The Home and Divorce: the Fall Housing Market – Vesta San Diego Hub. (Oct. 4)
  • EdUCate! Oktoberfest. (Oct. 8)
  • Online webinar with professionals catamaran rental in San Diego. (Oct. 16)
  • Skatoberfest ft. The Untouchables, Beta 7, The Stand Outs, & More! (Oct. 22)
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You’re formally within the loop for as we speak! I’ll be in your inbox tomorrow with a brand new replace.

Bettyann Pernice

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