Above is what San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer had to say about the Chargers’ stadium proposal that was released on Wednesday, according to a tweet by Derek Togerson of NBCSanDiego.

If you have the time to read the 110-page stadium proposal drafted by the Chargers, you can find the link here.


2 Responses to Mayor Faulconer responds to Chargers’ stadium proposal

  • Arnie says:

    I like his response, it says a lot about who’s pulling his strings. If we look around the hoteliers are “resistant” to this plan as well. It doesn’t take a genius to see where this stance is coming from. Getting a stadium built isn’t the problem, it’s understanding the “obstructionist” that are manipulating this entire process. Example? Raising taxes? Why not? We pay $38 annually for the DT public library a stadium would cost us $28 bucks, the city would get 5x the usage and revenue than we get from library. Raisin hotel taxes? Why not. We are the lowest in the state, a tot for around 6.5% something to 16% would make $200 hotel bill $233 dollars. How is this “breaking” the hoteliers backs and “crushing their industry? 0 people know what a tot is, much less care.
    The bottom line is someone came up with a plan, AND a plan to “finance it”.

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