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Friday, July 20, 2007 | I have been following the city’s gyrations with Sunroad enforcing the Federal Aviation Administration’s height limits expecting a couple of outcomes not yet happening.

First, some years back, there was a lot of consternation in the papers and on local TV about the height of the parking structure in the final approach to Lindbergh Field. The solution there was to tell pilots to suck it up and deal with it. If Sunroad’s building is lowered, how about the parking structure?

Second, I cannot but wonder why the city of San Diego is carrying the FAA’s water when city officials (chiefly the chief of police) insist the city can ignore federal immigration law.

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