Revised plans for the Lane Field North hotels and some big hotel leases are each scheduled to come before the Board of Port Commissioners Tuesday.
Six cruise ships are in port Thursday and Friday, each carrying between 1,900 and 2,700 passengers and expecting to generate about $8 million for the local economy.
The $520 million plan to expand the San Diego Convention Center partially through an increase in hotel taxes has received its final approval from the City Council.
“Fashionable” is not a word Allison Andrews would ever use to describe herself.
San Diego and Tijuana have quietly fostered a working relationship over the years, and now is the time to tell the world.