Fred Maas on Chargers initiative, taxes, roof, parking, JMI & why it’s great for San Diego

Chargers special adviser Fred Mass on the team’s stadium initiative, gathering signatures, roof, parking and why the taxes won’t affect a single person living in San Diego.



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  1. Mark Viguri

    The Bayside design is the best solution for expanding the existing convention center. The views of the bay will be incredible and the views from the public park on the roof will be even better. Why are the Chargers against this project and are demanding that this space has to be moved away from the bay and be included as part of a stadium down the street? It is really confusing.

  2. Funisnumberone

    Fast Freddie lost me in his first sentence when he championed the “sincerity” of Dean Spanos. What a joke that is….

  3. Diego_Dad

    “Nobody will admit they were against the library”? I will, and it wasn’t $10 million it was a $184.9 million dollar project. At best it is an archaic monument to a bygone era, at worst it is the world’s most expensive homeless day camp.

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