I hope you are the kind of politicians that I can trust. Our neighborhood talked to you when you wanted our vote and you agreed with us and said you already voted that way. I hope all Pleasanton Weekly readers will take a second and watch the Youtube link below:
And Mayor Thorne, here is a quote from The Times newspaper, â€œThorne was one of the council members responsible for the misguided counter measure placed on the ballot in 2008 and he was an outspoken supporter of the Lin proposal. However, Thorne recognizes that he lost on both and promises to defend the will of the voters.â€ You got my vote with this quote.
I know you are both politicians, but I hope you have some level of ethics to keep your promises when you ran for office. Per measure PP, a road is a structure and should not be built on steep slopes or ridge lines, especially if it is to open up large sections of land for development in the hills.
My neighborhood will accept 10 houses of traffic, the exception to Measure PP. This way the land owner still makes some money. 10 units is the only solution that allows you to keep your promises and not piss off half the town.
Will you keep your campaign promises?