Wednesday, September 27, 2006
The Chargers say they need a new stadium to remain financially viable and competitive in the National Football League. The commitment by the city and the county to work together could lead to the creation of a joint powers authority, with land use and bonding powers. But that still seems a long way off. In fact, without an agreed-upon stadium site and no commitment of public money, one wonders what the city-county deal would lead to.
- Scott Peters, San Diego City Council President, and the council’s representative for District 1.
- Mark Fabiani, Special council to San Diego Chargers President Dean Spanos.