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Claim: San Diego Muni Aggregation Could Result In $2.8 Billion Liability

September 22,2017



An analysis summarized in an op-ed at the Voice Of San Diego by Lynn Reaser, chief economist at Fermanian Business & Economic Institute at Point Loma University, which was commissioned by Sempra Services to review a study released by the City of San Diego concerning a proposed community choice aggregation, concluded that the liability from creating a CCA could be as high as $2.8 billion

See the op-ed here at the Voice Of San Diego

Fermanian analysis

Report prepared for San Diego



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