U.S. Intelligence Report; Chargers; Ticketing Homeless
Friday, September 29, 2006
Also, the city and county decide to team up to discuss ways to keep the Chargers in San Diego. Will officials offer better strategies than the Chargers, who so far have cost the city millions of dollars?
Plus, while city officials try to find a place for the Chargers, the city attorney wants to designate public spaces for the homeless to sleep.
- David Rolland, editor of San Diego CityBeat .
- JW August , managing editor for KGTV News.
- Tony Perry , San Diego bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times .
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