Steve Peace, the former state senator who drafted the legislation creating the airport authority, was back on the radio this morning talking about the fallout from the Nov. 7 defeat of the Miramar airport ballot proposal.

He touched on many of the same points he discussed with us in a story last week: the hyperbole used by both sides of the Miramar airport debate. His ideas for an integrated bayfront. What to do with Lindbergh Field. And his criticisms of decisions made by the airport authority and its staff.

The authority, he said, worked against itself by toeing the line between advocacy and education.

“The videos that were at the airport were wrong,” Peace told “These Days” host Tom Fudge. “They shouldn’t have been there.”

For our in-depth look at the authority’s controversial educational campaign, and those videos, read this story.


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