Fact Check Measure G
 

It’s a bad deal.

Get the facts.

 
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HOW IS MEASURE G FINANCED?

NO ONE KNOWS…

 
 
 

How does Measure g look for taxpayers?

IT IS A BAD DEAL.

 
 

NO PROPERTY TAXES

 

NO CITY CONTROL

 

DOESN’T PAY FAIR MARKET VALUE

 

ONGOING SUBSIDIES

 
 
 

NO PARK REQUIREMENT

 
 
 

How does measure g look for sdsu students?

IT IS A BAD DEAL.

 

Students at risk for $150 million

With Measure G, SDSU will take on significant stadium debt that students will be on the hook for. Is this a risk that college kids should be forced to take on?

 

And they are already subsidizing Athletics’ $24 million annual shortfall

SDSU Athletics currently receives $24 million per year in subsidies from University student fees and operations. Does it make sense to take on another $15 million of annual stadium debt payments?

 
 

Read our letter to SDSU for all the details.

 
 

If not campus growth, then what?

 Measure G will be…

ALL PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT

 

Independent Analysis

Measure G: Costs city taxpayers $200 million vs Measure E

 

A full independent analysis of the competing Mission Valley ballot measures shows that Measure G is over $200 Million dollars worse for San Diego taxpayers, and the gap is even wider on a county-wide basis. Read the report and get informed before the November 6th vote.