by Austin Speed
|The video in this article is a compelling piece of San Diego history. On August 1, 2006 San Diego’s City Council voted 6-2 to proceed with the Regents Road Bridge project. The video highlights key speakers on that day who advocated the bridge project and Council Members who voted to complete Regents Road.
Since that day a small but vocal minority political group and a few key politicians have thwarted the will of the people in our region in San Diego by rationalizing a lack of action to complete Regents Road. We have filed a legal action against the City regarding their EIR and Statement of Overriding Considerations based on California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) law. We need everyone’s help to meet the expenses we are expecting in order to go to trial with this lawsuit.
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