The city has left out many big-ticket items from its list of what needs repairing.
A member of the Airport Authority recently claimed the San Diego Convention Center is fully booked.
The Qualcomm location is perfect. So let’s fix what’s broken. No need to move to a less hospitable site.
On this week’s San Diego Explained, VOSD’s Scott Lewis explains the death of the Convention Center Expansion project and new ideas gaining traction among officials.
The Convention Center expansion’s demise brought on some congratulatory banter from two unusual suspects: City Attorney Jan Goldsmith and attorney Cory Briggs.
It is one of the biggest, gnarliest and most embarrassing legal failures the city has ever seen.
On this week’s San Diego Explained, VOSD’s Scott Lewis explains just what went wrong with the Convention Center’s expansion tax and why it won’t be paying for the Center’s remodel.
Minimum wage increases and the Convention Center mess provide Mayor Kevin Faulconer with two big opportunities to frame the debate, drive media attention and lead. How will he do it?
After a court dealt a big blow to the Convention Center expansion, we learned the existing center is literally rotting. And a new book says such expansions are a waste of money.
Friday, an appellate court ruled that the city of San Diego’s clever idea to raise the hotel-room tax, without actually asking voters to approve it, was not legal. And suddenly, the $520 million Convention Center expansion, the largest construction project on the city’s docket, was thrown out.