This is the full audio from the March 28 forum on redevelopment hosted by at Liberty Station in Point Loma.

On the panel were:

  • Vladimir Kogan, a former writer for, who now is a Ph. D. candidate at UCSD and co-author of “Paradise Plundered,” a soon-to-be-released book about San Diego’s fiscal problems.
  • Erik Bruvold, the president of the National University System Institute for Policy Research and a “recovering economic developer.”
  • Susan Tinsky, the executive director of the San Diego Housing Federation, an affordable housing advocate.
  • Murtaza Baxamusa, the director of planning and development at the Building Trades Family Housing Corp.
  • Scott Lewis, CEO of, hosted and moderated.

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Grant Barrett, engagement editor for or (619) 550-5666 or @grantbarrett on Twitter.

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