VIDEO: San Diego mayor discusses whether the Chargers will stay or go

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer describes his plan to keep the San Diego Chargers in San Diego — including the best site for a stadium, the involvement of taxpayer funding and the political leadership needed — during a discussion with CalWatchdog Editor Brian Calle.

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  1. Brandon
    Brandon 23 April, 2015, 00:07

    Here’s a thought. Let the owners of the Chargers football team pay to build their own stadium. Does Home Depot as the city to build their stores with taxpayers dollars? How about a shopping mall?

    I hope the taxpayers vote HELL NO to use tax payers dollars for something so stupid as football stadium. The San Diego Chargers and/ or private investors pay for a new football stadium NOT the taxpayer.

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