Hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts sat down with Councilmen David Alvarez and Scott Sherman to talk about the odd couple’s new housing plan.
Republican Scott Sherman and Democrat David Alvarez are pushing a series of proposals aimed at combating the city’s high housing costs.
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 […]
At the forum this week, Councilman Scott Sherman said that in 14 years of the Chargers working on getting something done, there’s been only one constant in the failure: Mark Fabiani. Thus, Fabiani must be to blame for what’s happening. There has been, of course, another constant: Dean Spanos.
Qualcomm’s head of facilities told a city councilman, the city attorney and others that the region’s largest company is so frustrated with the city it will never again build anything in San Diego.
Consider the options: Pay upwards of $1 billion for a brand new Chargers stadium, or fix up the old one for a fraction of that cost.
“I’m not a politician,” City Councilman Scott Sherman told KPBS.
The big issues to emerge from Cate’s win are that control of the Council is now in play in 2016,Council Republicans can now force an issue onto the docket and what type of councilman Cate will become beyond his voting record.
A city audit found it took an average of 280 days to hire a new city worker.
Councilman David Alvarez stayed silent on the Barrio Logan plan update for most of the year for fear of triggering a recusal. Now he and Kevin Faulconer are speaking freely about it. Here’s what changed.