SAN DIEGO (CNS/CBS 8) Mayor on Monday endorsed Measure C, the Chargers’ initiative to build a stadium and convention center annex in downtown San Diego, hours before opponents held a news conference to reiterate their fight against it.Faulconer came to support the initiative after Chargers executives agreed in writing to cover any cost overrides related to the construction or land purchases, guaranteed that the city’s general fund would not be used and, among other concessions, turn over to the city revenue generated from non NFL events.The team would also repay the city preliminary costs if the Chargers relocate before construction begins, and include a pledge to remain in San Diego until the project’s initial debt was paid off.”This wasn’t about the short term of the November election, it was about the long term protections that we need for decades to come,” Faulconer told City News Service. In January, NFL owners rejected plans to build a joint facility with the Oakland Raiders in Carson. Team owner Dean Spanos then said he would give San Diego another try, although if local efforts fall through, the Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams could share a future stadium in Inglewood.Faulconer and other local officials had initially offered to build a replacement on the Qualcomm Stadium site, but the team rejected the plan, opting for an East Village location near Petco Park.Measure C opponents, including City Councilmen David Alvarez, Chris Cate, and Scott Sherman, along with Councilman elect Chris Ward and other civic leaders, continued to criticize the initiative at an afternoon news conference.”A lot of promises are being made by the Chargers and by others,” Alvarez said.
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