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Thursday, Aug. 23, 2007 | Dear Port District Commissioner Steve Cushman,
In today’s posted voiceofsandiego.org article by Andrew Donohue “After Summer Slumber, Stadium Talks Set to Wake Up,” you made it rather quite clear what your position is on the future possibility of developing a world-class sports entertainment tourist destination venue at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal. And that is that there is no future possibility.
Be that as it may, it would have been more publicly informative and helpful to have read what your position is on the issue of the moment regarding the existing power plant situated on Chula Vista’s bayfront. More to the point, I would be happy to have read that you are in full support of and are working with the city of Chula Vista’s in it’s ongoing effort to redevelop the power plant site which is “as is” a regional waterfront eyesore and fiscally generates insignificant annual economic benefit to Chula Vista nor adds to the quality of life of our region as a whole.
As a regional citizen of San Diego, I would appreciate if you would clearly broadcast your position on the future possibilities of this existing power plant site at your next public opportunity as you so clearly and consistently have on any public reference made to the future of the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal site.