Chula Vista


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Chu•la Vis•ta

(ˈtʃu lə ˈvɪs tə)
n.
a city in SW California near San Diego. 151,963.
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Noun1.Chula Vista - an industrial city in southern California (south of San Diego) near the Mexican border
Calif., California, Golden State, CA - a state in the western United States on the Pacific; the 3rd largest state; known for earthquakes
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The commander of NAVSUP Global Logistics Support (GLS) gave the keynote address at a ceremony in Chula Vista, California, in honor of seven local fallen veterans on May 26.
On January 13, the Chula Vista City Council--in the wake of an acrimonious standoff--selected Steve Miesen to fill the council seat vacated by Mary Casillas Salas when she became mayor.
The Gateway Center is the first large-scale commercial project to invest in solar energy using the Clean Energy Chula Vista Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program.
On the bright side, the dam did not break and wash away the town--but Chula Vista has experienced significant fiscal stress in recent years, and it needed to find a path to recovery.
CHULA VISTA, CA Ann Pentland Pike, 77, died peacefully at home in Chula Vista, 9/14/10, from pancreatic cancer.
Dimming down may ensure the City of Chula Vista a brighter future.
The San Diego fence spans two border patrol stations within the San Diego sector: Imperial Beach station and Chula Vista station.
A new 23,000 square-foot store is to be opened in June by bookseller Borders in Chula Vista, California.
CHULA VISTA - Brittany Daniel scored 16 points to lead Eastlake of Chula Vista past visiting Canyon of Canyon Country 43-39 Monday night in a play-in game in the Southern California Regional Div.
recently announced the delivery of a Honda FCX fuel cell vehicle to Chula Vista, CA for lease by the city for a period of two years, during which Chula Vista will operate the FCX on a regular daily basis as part of its normal operations.
We created the notion of student-based decision making," says Libia Gill, former Chula Vista Elementary School District superintendent and now senior fellow at American Institutes for Research, a not-for-profit organization that performs research and analysis and provides technical support for education among others.
Chula Vista, CA-The highly anticipated Gateway Chula Vista business and retail center finished construction on Phase I in June 2002, and construction is planned on the second of the three-phase project soon.