Coastal Commission Concerned About Sea Level Rise And Convention Center Expansion
January 28, 2013 9:48 a.m.
Backers of the San Diego Convention Center expansion will likely find out in March if their plan is a go. That's when the California Coastal Commission decides whether to allow the construction of one million additional square feet to the center at a cost of half a billion dollars. A key question hovering over the project is what role climate change will play in getting a larger convention center built.