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Collin

looks like a war ship... not very open or inviting like a city hall should be. any word on what sustainable features will be used to achieve LEED platinum? PV integrated glass seems like a no-brainer in San Diego.

BILLB

looks a bit preggers ....

michelle

boo. we need a new stadium for the chargers. why are we/sandiegans going to pay for something that we do not benefit from. san diego needs to know that this will cost us just as much as a new stadium.
a new stadium will bring us more super bowls, more events, and maybe the olympics. what will a new city hall bring? nothing.

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