I had a couple of summer jobs and I was sweating everything off. Within a couple of weeks, it all piled on.
No one has signed on to his view that the benefits are illegal. He has been authorized to make that argument in his own name but not on behalf of the City Council or the City of San Diego, ... I would never have voted to authorize him to litigate this illegality issue if the retirement board hadn't brought it up.
Merging: Nature and Humanity.
I think we need to move past that.
I don't know that I've ever seen that let alone as an average at least as long as I've been here. That seems quite high.
To totally ice out the mayor from redevelopment does not seem entirely appropriate to me.
But I didn't ask the retirement board to sue us either, ... The retirement board has said they want to know the answer to the question of whether those benefits are legal. Both mayoral candidates say they want to know the answer to that question as well. We determined that the only way to get that question behind us is to get a court to decide.
[Aguirre then told the staff here at SLOP that the council had endorsed his efforts. Later, Deputy Mayor Toni Atkins said they had done no such thing -- that they hadn't even taken an] action. ... in his name only.
The City Council does not agree that Aguirre can be the attorney for the retirement system but the City Council is willing to let the retirement board and city attorney duke it out over these two issues.