todd gloria


<p><span><span><span><span>The City of San Diego is moving quickly to approve a redevelopment project at the site of the current Sports Arena, but the process seems to be lacking proper due diligence and vetting of the Mayor’s favored developer, reminiscent of the process that led to the disastrous 101 Ash St debacle in 2016.</span></span></span></span></p>

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<p>The current San Diego City Attorney and her two immediate predecessors have differing views on who is responsible for the approval of the 101 Ash St building deal, but the City Charter points to only one ultimate legal authority that was empowered to approve the deal: the current City Attorney, Mara Elliott.</p>