SDSU supporters launch ballot initiative as alternative to SoccerCity

San Diego State University supporters announced a drive Thursday to gain control of the SDCCU Stadium site as an alternative to SoccerCity.

The newly formed Friends of SDSU Steering Committee said they will publish a notice of intent Saturday to launch a city ballot initiative drive that would authorize the city to sell 132 of the 166 acres at the SDCCU Stadium site. The 14-page measure is called the SDSU West Campus Research, Stadium and River Initiative.

“This effort is not for the next 10 years or 20 years, it’s for the next 50, 60, 70 years and making SDSU everything it can possibly be,” said Kim Kilkenny, a 1974 alumnus, retired developer and downtown redevelopment board chairman, who met with Union-Tribune reporters and editors Thursday to review the initiative.

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