A jurisdictional dispute between the Unified Port of San Diego and California Coastal Commission could hold up plans for Brigantine Inc.’s Portside Pier, which is scheduled to replace the recently closed Anthony’s Fish Grotto. Issues include whether the new project’s restaurants with dock-and-dine facilities are subject to an appeals process. Rendering courtesy of Unified Port of San Diego

A jurisdictional dispute between the Unified Port of San Diego and California Coastal Commission could hold up plans for Brigantine Inc.’s Portside Pier, which is scheduled to replace the recently closed Anthony’s Fish Grotto. Issues include whether the new project’s restaurants with dock-and-dine facilities are subject to an appeals process. Rendering courtesy of Unified Port of San Diego

— San Diego and California coastal officials are seeking to resolve a jurisdictional dispute that could delay the long-discussed redevelopment of the downtown waterfront site that was home to the recently closed Anthony’s Fish Grotto...

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