The Port Commission will push back its hiring of a consultant to oversee the Chula Vista bay-front redevelopment project to its April meeting, a port spokeswoman said. The consultancy position was initially slated to be considered this month.

Port staff preliminarily recommended a Gaylord subsidiary for the position, which, if approved by the Port Commission, would allow the developer of the convention center and resort project to serve as both the builder and the inspector of project.

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