SAN DIEGO — A city council committee is set to decide the fate of the current janitorial contract for Qualcomm Stadium, according to the San Diego Reader.
The contract, if approved, is set to cost the city less than $2.3 million for three years, the article stated.
According to the article, Jani-King of California has provided janitorial services to the stadium for the past four years.
The new contract will cost approximately $51,000 less per year due to new contractual clauses that sets a cap on the cost per event according to attendance, the article noted.
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