Lobbyists In Mission Valley Land Rush

San Diego Reader

By Matt Potter

The controversial plan by a stealthy group of La Jolla money men known as FS Investors to replace city-owned Qualcomm Stadium with a soccer venue and high-end commercial and housing development is turning into a full-employment project for the city’s corps of influence peddlers. Latest to join the fray is H.G. Fenton, the family-owned Mission Valley real estate giant that seeks to “monitor and provide input” on the deal, per a February 14 lobbyist disclosure filing with the city clerk.

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Steve Devorak is a former Director of Land Acquisition and Project Manager with extensive experience in the Southern California land market.

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