Ballpark Project Faces Lawsuit
The city of San Diego has spent about $15 million to demolish buildings, move water and sewer lines and for other works related to preparing a six-square-block area for ballpark construction. The city is to own70% of the ball park which will be turned over entirely to the municipal government after 30 years. But with ballpark project opponents threatening a lawsuit, the San Diego City Council today will consider spending $3.8 million to keep the downtown project on track.
Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan