Save us, SANDAG. You’re our only hope.
San Diego’s got a long list of stuff that needs to be repaired, and nowhere near enough money to pay for it all.
City leaders years ago circled November 2016 as a time that might change. Young, liberal and low-income voters would flock to the polls for the presidential election, the thinking went, making it possible that two out of three voters would agree to raise taxes to pay for all the city’s needs.