Infrastructure, Sanders’ Communication, Gaylord Update
Friday, August 10, 2007
This week, many people are asking about the status and safety of bridges all over the nation in the wake of the Minnesota bridge collapse. Will the public have to accept a tax increase in order to repair the country's aging infrastructure?
Also, a report released by the San Diego Mayor's office contains information that is reportedly inaccurate. Is the Mayor's office bending the truth for political gain?
And, Gaylord Entertainment has, once again, resumed negotiations with the Port of San Diego about building a $1 billion resort hotel and convention center on the Chula Vista bayfront. What is Gaylord up to?
- Alisa Joyce Barba, western bureau chief for National Public Radio.
- David Rolland, editor of San Diego CityBEAT.
- Scott Lewis, co-executive editor for voiceofsandiego.org.
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