I would like to comment on the statements by the attorneys for Rutan and the city that, “the Initiative would not take effect unless and until it is unconditionally certified by the Coastal Commission.”
Protecting Encinitas from high density building, over-development and control by a 4/5 super majority City Council to change land use zoning all represent the “spirit” of the Prop A — The Right-to-Vote Initiative.
“This is the most important election since the vote on incorporation in 1987.”
A deceptive brochure, “NO on A,” was circulated at the Encinitas Street Fair and is currently being disseminated throughout the city.
ENCINITAS — Prop A is headed for a special election June 18. Yet councilmembers passed what they believe is the heart of the initiative at Wednesday night’s City Council meeting.
On May 15, a group associated with the development industry mailed a tasteless smear-campaign flier, in opposition to Proposition A, to every household in Encinitas.
ENCINITAS — An opponent and proponent of Proposition A debated the measure, due to go before voters June 18, last week at a Leucadia Town Council meeting.
ENCINITAS — To sway voters against the right-to-vote initiative, the City Council intends to pass an amendment before the June 18 special election.