Is this the best use of valuable San Diego property?
Not everyone who lives in San Diego thinks San Diego needs to protect SeaWorld. Linda Perine, of the Democratic Womans Club, wades into the fray with facts, links, and a fierce attitude:
Being very well connected and making a lot of contributions to politicians allows a business a fair amount of leeway, especially in San Diego.
As Voice of San Diego pointed out in one of its somewhat boosterish articles Sea World By the Numbers Sea World employs up to 4,500 people, albeit many are temporary positions and minimum wage.
As was mentioned before, Sea World pays a percentage of its income as rent on a lease to the City that some view as extraordinarily favorable to Sea World. While putting $14 million into the public coffers may be an attention getter, it is nowhere near what it ought…
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