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City leaders were warned the fire systems were not operable, but City staff then misrepresented the building status to the press, the public, and even the San Diego Ethics Commission.
Downtown high-rise building purchased as a new space for over 1,100 staffers was closed down last year over asbestos exposure, but a greater threat to people in the building could have been uncontrollable fires.
The current San Diego City Attorney and her two immediate predecessors have differing views on who is responsible for the final approval of the 101 Ash St building deal.