How many "No On D" signs can one city handle LOL?
Original post made by trying to understand D on May 10, 2010
I haven't really looked at D yet other than the mailers I've received. At first pass, it looks OK to me. I like the idea of extra money going to our schools as a result of this development, especially after all the cuts. It seems to preserve a lot of land for parks. I admit, now that I've seen some of the names against Measure D, I'm much more prone to voting yes. But I am undecided. Is measure D the end of all things natural for the ridge lines? Or is this a good deal for our community?
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