Opponents of a special election say a November 2018 general election gives voters more time to review the mixed-use development. Rendering courtesy of FS Investors, Gensler

Opponents of a special election say a November 2018 general election gives voters more time to review the mixed-use development. Rendering courtesy of FS Investors, Gensler

— The San Diego City Council has voted 5-4 to defer the proposed SoccerCity mixed-use development to the November 2018 general election, despite pleadings from project supporters that a vote was needed this year in order to meet timelines for delivering a pro soccer franchise to the city...

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