LOS ANGELES— San Diego’s city attorney criticized a ballot initiative for a project to transform the former Chargers stadium into a master-planned community anchored by a soccer venue.

The initiative doesn’t guarantee San Diego a professional soccer stadium or a 34-acre river park and taxpayers could end up shouldering the costs of environmental remediation, City Attorney Mara Elliott said in a 27-page analysis.

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