Task force to discuss future of Chargers’ stadium

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SAN DIEGO – A task force will meet with the Chargers on Monday to discuss future plans of a stadium for the team.

The stadium task force, lead by chairman Adam Day, will meet at noon at City Hall and focus on potential sites for a new Chargers stadium and how to finance the project.

An open forum for the public to attend and give their opinion on the issue is planned. Mayor Kevin Faulconer appointed the nine-member task force on January 30th. The city hopes to have a full plan for the stadium developed by this fall.

2 comments

  • Dana

    The NFL has not paid income taxes since 1966 when Congress allowed them to be registered “Non Profit.” Yet every time they come to town they want taxpayer money to make the multi millionaire/billionaire owners more money. The head of the NFL makes $30 million a year plus perks, limos, private jets. Pretty good pay for a non profit. Just tell the NATIONAL FELON LEAGUE to open their own wallets and go away!

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