Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Maureen Cavanaugh : This year, San Diego's State of the City address promises to be more sobering than in years past. San Diego has survived an underfunded pension plan and regained it's good credit rating, but the current economic predicament may be the city's toughest challenge yet. To avoid severe cuts in city services, city services which are already chronically underfunded, some people say it may be time to do the unthinkable...that is, raise taxes in San Diego.
- Gloria Penner , KPBS Political Correspondent and host of Editors Roundtable on KPBS.