The Planning Report, a Southern California urban planning publication, is running a question-and-answer session it held with Council President Scott Peters (who also happens to be our SLOP guest-blogger today).

The interview touches on redevelopment, public transit and the new strong-mayor form of governance at City Hall.

This is how the Planning Report leads off the article:

While the city of San Diego endured highly publicized scandal and upheaval, City Council President Scott Peters remained among those who stood above the fray and helped guide the city through rough times. Now, with a new mayor, significant reforms, and greater optimism, San Diego has turned its focus back to housing supply, transportation, budget balancing, and preserving its famous quality of life.

Take a look at the interview here.

EVAN McLAUGHLIN

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