According to Tony Perry of the Los Angeles Times, a committee aimed at solving the longstanding stadium problem in San Diego will meet with Mark Fabiani, the team’s longstanding point man on stadium issues.
The nine-person committee is “looking forward to a robust discussion with the Chargers about their finances and their deal points,” committee spokesman Tony Manolatos told the Times. “The Chargers are obviously a very important piece of this puzzle.”
In turn, Fabiani wants to be sure that the committee understands that the team has proposed nine different stadium projects over the last 14 years, none of which gained traction.
Either way, the circumstances have commanded the attention of the powers-that-be in San Diego.
“At no point in San Diego’s history has the possibility of the Chargers moving to Los Angeles been more real,” Mayor Kevin Faulconer recently declared.
He’s right, because someone will be moving to L.A. Probably to Inglewood, which intends to build a stadium that will hold up to two teams.