Gay Sinclair, owner of the historic Wonder Bread building, hasn’t spoken publicly about Measure C, which would clear the way for a new joint Chargers stadium and convention center expansion. But she has been privately fuming over the issue since the team first announced its interest in the site in 2009. With the November vote looming, Sinclair is ready to talk.
Gay Sinclair has been selling off many of the buildings she owns in and around East Village. The one she says she'll never give up is the historic Wonder Bread building. Yet she might not have a choice. If Measure C passes, there's a chance the city could use eminent domain to force Sinclair to accept a deal and clear the way for a convadium. It wouldn't be the first time she's been forced to surrender a historic building for a stadium.
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