For me Prop A is simple. Voting yes gives Encinitas citizens the right to vote on land use changes and holds the city council accountable.
Many of us voting No on Proposition A believe parts of the initiative were written with good intentions.
When I was a college sophomore I was talked into running for class president.
The “Right to Vote” title alone sounds very compelling.
At this point all the arguments surrounding prop A have been laid bare with the real, unreal and just plain fantastic rationale laid out for
I feel like ripping it up, but will save it as evidence against the Encinitas Preservation Association, and the “rebranded” 101 Associations and Chamber of
The idea for Prop A started many years ago when an obviously pro-development City Council reigned in Encinitas.
I have watched the debate over Proposition A intensify across our five-unique Encinitas communities.
A lot of time, energy, and money was spent on the 2012 City Council election and the results suggested that the community was ready for
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