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Various Authors 4:09 p.m., May 27
The San Diego Unified Port District has sent a request for proposals for a major economic study of port property. The consulting firm doing the study will be required to give a comprehensive listing of the types of business, industry sectors or economic generators on the Tidelands. Main subjects will be maritime trade, the cruise industry, the convention center, retail, ship/boat building and repair, and lodging. There is ongoing controversy on whether the current uses of the port, particularly for maritime trade, are the best usage.