By Doug Porter
While there is near-universal agreement about the sorry state of San Diego’s infrastructure, building a consensus on the ways and means of getting the job done has proved to be challenging.
The Mayor’s office has been very public about wanting a deal to build a new football stadium, but conversations about how to keep the roads to that stadium in shape and the pipes carrying all the recycled beer away have been muted.
And then there’s the Convention Center, where monies that could have been used for keeping the building in shape were gambled on an improbable expansion plan. [Read more…]