|From the Reporter|
|A three-hour committee hearing Wednesday dedicated entirely to infrastructure repairs showed that fixing San Diego’s broken roads will take a tremendous investment of time, money and bureaucratic streamlining.|
|Local roads are deteriorating faster than they can be fixed. So are San Diego’s sidewalks, storm drains and city buildings. Slowly, they’ve all been falling apart.|
|The Latest Details|
|Wednesday’s hearing could represent a key moment in reversing decades of neglect. It showed that all elements of city leadership and recognize the depth of the problem. The committee approved a series of recommendations designed to add specificity and transparency to repair goals.