The date of the forum has not been determined, advisory group spokesman Tony Manolatos told City News Service.
The nine-member group held its first meeting Friday and selected Adam Day as chairman. Day is a longtime public administration and a California State University trustee.
Day pledged to give “regular updates so San Diegans are apprised of the process” of selecting a stadium site and way to finance it, Manolatos said.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced the formation of the task force at his “State of the City” address last month.
The group will examine the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley and a possible stadium combined with the convention center in the downtown area.
— City News Service