Regional Government For San Diego Area?

A new regional governmental agency is proposed for the San Diego area toaddress growth, transportation issues.

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August 25, 2000, 12:00 PM PDT

By Abhijeet Chavan @http://twitter.com/legalaidtech


Growth and transportation issues will be the focus of a new regionalgovernmentaal agency proposed by San Diego area officials. The shape of thenew agency will be developed by a Regional Government Efficiency Commissionwith members from local governments, transit authorities and appointees of theGovernor. Critics of the plan believe the agency would be dominated by SanDiego's interests and see "huge potential to have back-room deals."

Thanks to Tom Newman

Thursday, August 24, 2000 in The San Diego Union-Tribune

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