The CSAG will be releasing their plan on a San Diego Chargers stadium that could include a $1.2 billion stadium without the use of taxpayer funds.
Today is going to be a big day for the fans in San Diego as the city will be releasing their first renderings of a multi-use stadium in Mission Valley. There is progress and the hope of keeping the Chargers in San Diego is starting to grow. We can’t wait till the announcement to see what the Citizens Stadium Advisory Group has come up with. They have a financing plan and some drawings for this new deal.
The media conference will be held at 1pm today at the County Operations Center in Kearny Mesa. The best part of this plan is that the group has proposed to build this new stadium without asking for a tax raise. We will see what kind of creative financing they have lined up here for the new stadium, but we will be watching out on this whole deal and reveal the images of this new stadium as soon as we see them.
Let’s keep this team in San Diego! This is the most exciting news that has come from this whole stadium craziness in a while for San Diego fans. We can’t wait to see what we have up our sleeves.
Are you all getting excited?
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