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How do we make our district work within the law? The answer is fairly simple, but board members need to get moving to fulfill their duties to our communities.
Now that the public knows that the city’s defaulted on the land for a planned Convention Center expansion, city leaders are the ones who ultimately should be held accountable for what’s happening – or not happening – at the Convention Center.
An NFL VP reiterates that a complex real estate deal to fund a new stadium probably won’t work. With other challenges, this deal is done.
Although it is certainly easier to move schools than to help make your local school better, parents who choice away could have been the catalyst for change.
Civic San Diego’s role downtown shouldn’t change. But its future lies in revitalizing other neighborhoods and building affordable housing.
It’s not fair to lump the four separate schools at the San Diego High Complex together as if it’s one school.
It’s time for San Diegans to start paying much closer attention to Civic – especially as it’s seeking to expand its authority around the city. That more oversight is needed has been driven home by the events of the past week.
It’s not that members of the Southeastern Planning Group don’t want a community plan update. We just want one that will really help the community, not just enrich developers.
Those of us in the Citizens’ Stadium Advisory Group knew early on we needed to take a holistic approach to focusing on Mission Valley as a part of any stadium plan.