What's At Stake?
In our series, Port Authority, the KPBS/I-Newsource Investigations Desk documents the long financial and political relationship between elected officials and newspaper owner Doug Manchester and his CEO John Lynch.
Who stands to win and lose if a new stadium is built at the site of the terminal and why is John Lynch claiming to have the support of one of the San Diego mayoral candidates?
Click to see in-depth look into economic activity at the city of San Diego's cargo terminal..
I-Newsource looked at all the leases on the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal, talked with port supporters and opponents, maritime experts, and dozens of employees and small business owners affected by what happens on that land. What follows is a look at the terminal from all angles
Manchester could benefit from terminal development
What does U-T San Diego owner Doug Manchester have to gain from a new Chargers stadium at the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal? A KPBS/I-Newsource Investigation.
The CEO of U-T San Diego Thursday denied sending a threatening email to a port commissioner running for Congress, suggesting the email had been doctored and “somebody could go to jail” for sending it.
City Councilman and mayoral candidate Carl DeMaio says he hasn't communicated with U-T San Diego’s publisher Doug Manchester or CEO John Lynch about anything.
With a new administration and a brighter financial picture, the prospect of moving San Diego city hall to the Navy Broadway complex could be an option.