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Pride flag flies over San Diego City Hall for first time ever

Pride flag flies over San Diego City Hall for first time ever

Today, city officials hoisted the LGBTQ Pride flag over San Diego City Hall. This is the first that a Pride flag has flown on City Hall for all to see, although Pride flags have been displayed in the building's lobby in the past.

San Diego Police Department kicks off LGBTQ Safe Place Program

San Diego Police Department kicks off LGBTQ Safe Place Program
Continuing efforts to create safer communities for all, San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit and Mayor Todd Gloria were joined today by Council President Jennifer Campbell, Council President Pro Tem Stephen Whitburn and LGBTQ business and community leaders to launch the San Diego Police Department’s new Safe Place Program.

SD Pride Board and community leaders reach an agreement

The San Diego Pride Board and community leaders have pushed through their differences and Pride will go on as usual.

Editor's note: This is a  press release from San Diego Pride:

San Diego, CA – San Diego Pride is pleased to announce that an agreement with LGBT leaders has cleared the way for the community to come together in support of the 2017 San Diego Pride events.

No progress made in Committee/SD Pride Board stalemate

Community Negotiating Committee are still not satisfied with the San Diego Pride Board's lack of response.

In a month-long battle with the San Diego Pride Board, the Community Negotiating Committee, put in place to arrange terms on the future direction of the organization, has released a letter stating that talks have “gone nowhere.”