After nearly a decade of consideration, a long-term blueprint for the development of some prized real estate on the Port of San Diego’s bayfront is poised to be adopted.

A seven-member board of commissions who oversee the San Diego Unified Port District is expected to ratify a 30-year master plan, known as the Port Master Plan Update, according to a report in the San Diego Union-Tribune.


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