Voters in northern San Diego County this week rejected a bond measure to rebuild the Tri-City Healthcare District’s hospital to meet state-mandated earthquake safety standards for a third time.

The district asked voters to approve a $589 million bond measure to rebuild the Tri-City Medical Center in time to meet a California law that requires higher seismic standards by 2013.

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