San Diego's $2.27 billion pension hole

I agree we don't need a Charger stadium paid with tax dollars from whatever source when the NFL rakes in billions of dollars every year. I also agree the city should do a better job of allocating dollars for infrastructure. The scary thing IS mismanagement and sadly San Diego has a long and well documented history of doing it. An audit just released of San Diego's Housing commission shows tens of millions of dollars UNCOLLECTED from so-called partners. https://www.sandiego.gov/sites/default/files/17... Those dollars are needed to pay for low income housing. The commission blames two city departments for not communicating and sharing information. But this is just another example of PLAIN and SIMPLE mismanagement by the executive in charge, our Mayor. What do you think is going to happen if a TWO BILLION dollar Convadium project is approved by a naive electorate. Folks think before you vote. San Diego needs billions for water, wastewater, streets, and other infrastructure that been crumbling for years. Let the owner of the Chargers, now worth more than two billion dollars, pay for his own stadium.
— September 17, 2016 5:09 p.m.

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