October 30th, 2016

Thinking Beyond Election Day

Hotel Tax Increase Will Remain Topic of Discussion Post November 8

With election day a little more than a week away, the consensus among local pundits is that neither stadium related ballot measures C or D will gain anywhere near the 66.7 percent required for passage.

Less certain is the possibility that one of the two initiatives might


October 9th, 2016

Waterfront Park, The Go-To Site For Outdoor Music Festivals In San Diego

Bay-side Venue A Big Hit With Concert Promoters

Is Waterfront Park becoming the go-to site for outdoor music festivals in San Diego?

That’s the question posed by George Varga of The San Diego Union-Tribune in a recent write-up on music festivals taking place on the grassy waterfront site surrounding the majestic San Diego County Administration Center.

If last


September 18th, 2016

November Election — 50 Days and Counting!

ICYMI: CSAG chairman’s endorsement of Measure C tops the week’s stadium news.

The election is just 50 days away and campaign season is in full swing. November general election voters in San Diego will be faced with the onerous task of wading through a record number of ballot issues — a bewildering 12 citywide measures,


September 4th, 2016

ICYMI: The Week In Headlines

As the Summer Winds Down, the Politics Heat Up

It’s the Labor Day weekend, the unofficial end to summer and the traditional kick off to the fall campaign season. And this year, perhaps for the first time in a very long time, it will be a particularly meaningful one for the region’s tourism sector.



August 28th, 2016

ICYMI: The Week In Headlines

Lots of News on the Stadium Front

Mayor Kevin Faulconer

This past week provided a great deal of fodder on the Chargers’ stadium quest, with opposing sides of two November stadium measures sharpening their arguments and message points aimed at voters in the city of San Diego.

Perhaps the biggest news anticipated in the