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Impact of Measure L on SoccerCity and Hotel Tax initiatives Video included

Supporters of the SoccerCity development plan want voters to have their say this November in a special election.

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SoccerCity: An initiative of empty promises? Video included

The SoccerCity folks haven't scored any goals lately. In fact, they've been kicked around a bit on several fronts.

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City Attorney releases 27-page analysis on SoccerCity plan

City Attorney Mara Elliott City Attorney Mara Elliott

City Attorney Mara Elliott released a 27-page report Tuesday on SoccerCity, how it might not be exactly what it appears.

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San Diego State Alumni Association opposes SoccerCity ballot initiative Video included

San Diego State University San Diego State University

San Diego State University's campaign against the proposed SoccerCity development in Mission Valley ramped up Tuesday when a group of former student government presidents announced their opposition and launched a website called ProtectSDSU.com.

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SoccerCity: Will City Council approve it or send it to voters? Video included

San Diego Attorney Bob Ottilie San Diego Attorney Bob Ottilie

Now that the Registrar of Voters has determined SoccerCity has enough valid signatures to get on the ballot, the process will now shift to the city council.

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Backers behind SoccerCity proposal collect enough valid signatures for City Council approval

The group behind the proposed SoccerCity development collected enough valid petition signatures to require the San Diego City Council to either consider approving the Mission Hills project or placing it before voters

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Future of Qualcomm Stadium now that SDSU ends negotiations with SoccerCity

With Tuesday's decision by San Diego State to end negotiations with FS Investors on SoccerCity, what does this mean for the future of the Qualcomm Stadium site?

KUSI Contributor and Political Analyst Mark Larson joined KUSI with more. 

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SoccerCity plan gains signatures as opposition grows

There has not been a lot of opposition to the Soccer City plan, at least organized opposition. 

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SoccerCity asks City Council to place initiative on November ballot

A major change in strategy was announced Tuesday by FS Investors, the group behind a plan to bring Major League Soccer to San Diego as part of a “Soccer City.” 

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San Diego People: Soccer City

How will Soccer City benefit San Diego financially? The proposed plans for a professional soccer team in San Diego could have several benefits for the city of San Diego.

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SoccerCity surpasses signature goal in 12 days, group announces

A group behind a proposal to bring a Major League Soccer Stadium to San Diego as part of a so-called SoccerCity announced Wednesday they have collected 108,000 signatures — well over their 72,000 goal — in 12 days.

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SDSU vs. SoccerCity: Who gets the Qualcomm site?

When San Diego State offered its own stadium and development plan for Mission Valley last week, it put the mayor and city council on notice.

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Mayor Faulconer talks SoccerCity endorsements

Mayor Faulconer talks SoccerCity endorsements Mayor Faulconer talks SoccerCity endorsements

One of the hurdles for FS Investors to move forward with its stadium and development project in Mission Valley is to get endorsements from the mayor, the city council and San Diego State.

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SoccerCity signature drive kicks off in Normal Heights

SoccerCity signature drive kicks off in Normal Heights SoccerCity signature drive kicks off in Normal Heights

The signature drive to get FS Investors SoccerCity stadium and development initiative on the ballot began Wednesday.

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SoccerCity to begin collecting signatures Wednesday, 72,000 needed for ballot vote

SoccerCity to begin collecting signatures Wednesday, 72,000 for ballot vote (SoccerCity San Diego) SoccerCity to begin collecting signatures Wednesday, 72,000 for ballot vote (SoccerCity San Diego)

SoccerCity will begin its campaign Wednesday to sell its stadium and development plan to the voters.

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"Soccer City" proposal would have an economic impact of $2.8 billion

The San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp announced Thursday that the proposed "Soccer City" plan would have a $2.8 billion economic impact fro San Diego. 

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Special Report: Investor group urges support for Mission Valley soccer stadium

Nick Stone of FS Investors Nick Stone of FS Investors

Not long after the crushing news that the Chargers would be leaving, we began to hear different ideas about the fate of the city's most valuable land asset: Qualcomm Stadium.

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Special Report: SoccerCity - Is development plan more about land than soccer?

Special Report: 'SoccerCity' land grab Special Report: 'SoccerCity' land grab

Is San Diego going to get a Major League Soccer franchise? If the answer is no — and there's a good chance it could be no — what will happen to the most valuable piece of land the city owns at Qualcomm?

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72,000 signatures needed to push 'Soccer City' plan to ballot for voters

The La Jolla group of investors who want to build a soccer stadium and develop Mission Valley published its plan in the UT Wednesday.

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Group behind 'Soccer City' releases legal notice inside San Diego Union-Tribune

The group behind the proposed "Soccer City'' redevelopment plan for the 166-acre Qualcomm Stadium property in Mission Valley published their proposal Wednesday in a massive legal notice in the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Group applies to bring Major League Soccer to San Diego

An investors group hoping to bring Major League Soccer to San Diego will detail their plans Monday, a day before the deadline to apply for an expansion franchise. 

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Investors propose $1 billion redevelopment project for Qualcomm Stadium, including football and soccer fields

A group of investors Monday unveiled a proposal for a $1 billion redevelopment of the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley, which would include a privately financed football and soccer stadium, along with a 55-acre park, housing and commercial buildings.

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