Councilman David Alvarez’s new infrastructure proposal acknowledges a problem that’s been going on for more than five years. Even though the city doesn’t have enough cash to fix its crumbling infrastructure, it can’t spend the money it does have quickly enough.

It looks like San Diego’s infrastructure debt could get put off once again and left to future politicians to manage. And with money the city doesn’t even have yet. City Councilman Mark Kersey recently released a plan to deal with the city’s infrastructure problem, but as Voice of San Diego’s Liam Dillon reported, the plan […]

Commission officials rejected private developer bids in 2012 to rehab the historic Hotel Churchill for $20 million and provide 90 rooms for residents on the brink of homelessness. Now it’s paying $20 million for the same project, but with fewer units.

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