The coming year promises lots of conversations about Balboa Park funding and needs, plus some new projects.
We’ve decided to include all our efforts to understand the 2016 election under the banner of San Diego Decides. As part of that, I’ll be writing a biweekly look at what’s happening in the races facing San Diego voters in 2016. It’ll include new reporting, follow-ups on bigger stories, and a round-up of other coverage […]
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.
The city’s budget analyst says that the city needs a tax increase if it wants to repair everything that needs fixing.
Councilman Mark Kersey’s plan to fund infrastructure improvements is, for better or worse, framing the debate about the future of San Diego’s roads.
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 […]
It’s not enough money in the short term to resolve funding gaps. And history shows that in the long term, approaches like this one haven’t worked here.
The San Diego County Taxpayers Association wants to drop the notorious People’s Ordinance but won’t say yet what it would replace the law with.
San Diego politicians make a cameo in an HBO sketch for cutting ribbons instead of fixing roads.
On this San Diego Explained, VOSD’s Scott Lewis and NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia explain what the city will have to do to tackle its infrastructure repairs and/or keep the Chargers happy, and why it’s not as easy as it might’ve been a few years back.