Good morning from Point Loma.

The Chargers have released a rendering of their proposed downtown stadium. Let us know what you think of the picture. The county grand jury also released a report yesterday, showing once again that taxpayers subsidize substantial costs at the team’s current home, Qualcomm Stadium.

San Diego County supervisors said yes yesterday to the concept of 14 new fire stations, but left others with the bill for building them. No new stations are expected soon.

A San Diego City Council committee supported a plan that would allow more council oversight for downtown hotel projects, a move that backers say will allow for a more transparent process. Opponents contend the plan will lead to longer approval times and higher permitting costs.

The city’s campaign finance rules could be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, which is just one way the city is reacting to an appeals court decision that allows political parties to make unlimited donations before the June 8 primary elections.

The Unified Port of San Diego has approved an environmental plan for the Chula Vista bay front after years of review.


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