The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority’s November ballot language won’t change.

That’s according to authority board members William D. Lynch and Paul G. Nieto.

Lynch, who addressed the county’s Board of Supervisors at length today, told Supervisor Pamela Slater-Price that no change would happen.

Between six and 12 people in the community have lobbied for changes to the ballot language, Lynch said.

“This came forward publicly,” he said. “That’s the only difference.”

In an interview, Nieto said he has not seen anything “that’s compelling that would make me want to change.”

The ballot language is due Aug. 11. The authority has no more scheduled meetings before then.

For a look at the story that started the hubbub, click here.


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