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It looks like San Diego’s infrastructure debt could get put off once again and left to future politicians to manage. And with money the city doesn’t even have yet.

City Councilman Mark Kersey recently released a plan to deal with the city’s infrastructure problem, but as Voice of San Diego’s Liam Dillon reported, the plan doesn’t do enough to generate all the money the city needs.

Dillion joined the podcast this week to explain the flaws in Kersey’s plan and how it could create problems for the city in the future.

Also on this week’s podcast, Voice of San Diego’s Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts applaud Mayor Kevin Faulconer for not caving to the NFL’s demands. They also call out Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman’s contradictory statements about community policing, and discuss a concerned Coronadan’s bizarre op-ed that accuses KPBS of conspiring with the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition.

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Amanda Rhoades

Amanda Rhoades is a reporting intern for Voice of San Diego. You can get in contact with her by phone or email at 619-550-5672 or

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