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SAN DIEGO-On the heels of an ominous letter to an LA-based developer, San Diego Mayor Dick Murphy says he will seek citizen input in an effort to help resolve Chargers issues.

Local attorney Mike Aguirre has filed two lawsuits over the city’s recent dealings with the NFL team. Murphy recently called a news conference to address the issue of keeping the team in San Diego.

Aguirre filed the second lawsuit against the city of San Diego last Thursday seeking to force the release of documents. He filed the first suit on May 24 asking that city officials be prevented from meeting in private to discuss the issue of financing a new stadium.

Aguirre filed the suit on behalf of Peter DiRenza, who was foreman of the county grand jury in 1999 when it accused former Mayor Susan Golding of misconduct involving passage of a measure authorizing the Padres’ Downtown ballpark.

“The mayor is referring all questions to the city attorney’s office because this is a legal issue,” Murphy’s office says. The city attorney’s says the office had not received a copy of the lawsuit.

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