The city doesn’t actually own all of the Qualcomm land the task force wants it to sell as part of a stadium deal. But an economist found the task force another $80 million.
Many of the current battles over how to accommodate San Diego’s growing population will impact our region for years to come. Here are the big issues at the core of some of the biggest fights over density and growth.
SANDAG’S population projections inform our long-term decisions on housing, water and transportation. The agency rightly predicted that San Diego County would get more people over the last 40 years, but they’ve overestimated just how many more people for the last two decades.
A VOSD analysis of the stadium plan released by a mayoral task force this week shows that once you factor in some costs the task force left out, the bill gets even higher.
Combined with the mayor’s commitment to hold a public vote, the necessary zoning change to make money off a Mission Valley land sale would take too long to meet the Chargers’ absurd demands and deadlines. Perhaps they weren’t meant to be met.
The stadium task force’s plan is supposed to come out soon. Here are 10 big questions we’ll be looking for the task force’s plan to answer.
Civic San Diego is trying to find a reason for existing. It was working to build a giant investment fund. But its partner discovered a conflict of interest.
The rundown California Theatre is one of the main characters on C Street, the so-called Boulevard of Broken Dreams in the heart of San Diego. Its days appear to be numbered.
This week on the podcast, economist Lynn Reaser walks us through the big takeaways from her study that found 40 percent of housing costs come from regulatory red tape.
Lorena Gonzalez explains more about her about bill to strip city redevelopment authority’s power among other controversy over its future.