We kind of peppered them over the week, last week, but there was a lot of good commentary on the Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal and Proposition B, which would wrest planning control of that property away from the port and possibly put a deck on top of it.
We’re supposed to dream of what we want to put on top of that deck.
At the beginning of the week, we had former banker and head of CCDC Peter Q. Davis write about how Proposition B was a good idea and a chance to remind the port it represents the public’s interest. A few readers then brought up some questions for Davis to answer.
Then we had a pair of perspectives to consider. One, from the lead proponent of the effort, Frank Gallagher. The other was an unflattering analysis of the plan laid out by the San Diego Institute for Policy Research and its CEO, Erik Bruvold.
Then we had John McLaurin from the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association, hosting the blog and arguing that it was all a pie-in-the-sky dream.
Check them out if you missed them. And send me your thoughts if you think none of them knew what they’re talking about.