LOS ANGELES — San Diego officials are plowing ahead with plans to expand the city’s convention center in a project that will require more than half a billion dollars of bonds.

In a 6-to-2 vote on Jan. 24, the City Council approved the creation of a convention center financing district through which local hotels would pay special taxes covering the bulk of costs for a proposed $520 million convention center.

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