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Last Chance: Taxes, Texting and Candidates

The coming week includes deadlines for taxes, a crackdown on texting and the chance to ask mayoral candidates your questions.

What to look out for this week:

Property Taxes Due Tuesday

  • The second installment of local property taxes is due Tuesday, April 10. Last week, nearly two-thirds of property tax bills remained unpaid. .

Are Your Eyes on the Road?

  • Local law enforcement kicks off its campaign against distracted driving on Monday, April 9. Texting while driving can cost you upwards of $159 for a first offense. See stats about distracted driving, including a look at how many people were cited during a similar campaign last year .

Sign Up for Supervisors Debate by Monday

  • The Conservative Order for Good Government is hosting a debate Tuesday of candidates for the District 3 seat (replacing Supervisor Pam Slater-Price) on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. The luncheon debate, set for noon at the Country Club of Rancho Bernardo, is $20 for non-members. RSVPs are due by Monday, April 9. See details here.

Questions for Filner, Fletcher Due Wednesday

  • Mayoral candidates Rep. Bob Filner (D-San Diego) and Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, who recently announced he was leaving the GOP, will be speaking at a candidate forum Thursday in Rancho Bernardo, cohosted by the RB Community Council and the Rancho Peñasquitos Town Council. The councils are accepting questions ahead of time and they are due in by Wednesday. Send your questions to GuydonCargulia@aol.com. The forum will be held at 7 p.m. the Ed Brown Senior Center. Details here.

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