No on Measure B. B is Bad.

What the media has been saying about Lilac Hills Measure B

Vote no on another build-and-run developer plan. Vote no on irresponsible growth and development that undermines the county’s General Plan. Vote no against a developer who refuses to play by the rules. Vote no on another bad deal hidden in a 600-page initiative drafted by lawyers.

San Diego Union Tribune

Measure B is a clear cut case of a developer doing an end-run around years of community input into planning. Voters in El Cajon and Chula Vista are being asked to decide on a North County project they only know of through ads with fallacious arguments. (Ask the people in Barrio Logan how they feel about that concept.)

San DIego Free Press

I am voting No on [Measure] B to protect our agriculture land from high density development. Of all the avocados in the U.S., less than 10 percent are grown on our shores. With continued development, that number will shrink. And I would rather eat and buy local. I support small farms and future farmland.

Jason Mraz

Singer/Songwriter & Local Farmer

There are many good reasons to oppose San Diego County’s Measure B – the Lilac Hills sprawl development project — on the November 2016 ballot. All of them can be summed up like this: ballot-box planning allows developers to sidestep important public oversight that protects taxpayers and ensures orderly, responsible housing development.

Pam Slater-Price

Former San Diego County Supervisor

The Truth Surround Measure B, The Lilac Hills Ranch Initiative

Lilac Hills Measure B Rally

Lilac Hills Measure B – Explained

Supporters of No on B

Jason Mraz

San Diego Union Tribune

League of Women Voters North County San Diego

League of Women Voters San Diego

Victor Reed, Retired Escondido Fire Chief

Lou Obermeyer, Retired Superintendent Valley Center Pauma Schools

San Diegan’s for Managed Growth

North County Climate Change Coalition

San Diego Democratic Party

Middle Class Taxpayers

San Diego Audubon Society

Citizens Coordinate for Century 3

Planning & Conservation League

League of Conservation Voters

Sierra Club of San Diego

News

KPBS Measure B: Lilac Hills Initiative Gives Voters An Important Choice

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Lilac Hills measure would advance deficient, unworthy project - No on B

The Lilac Hills Ranch developer opted for this ballot-box land-use decision because the Board of Supervisors would never have allowed it to pass. Instead, the developer is hoping to dazzle voters into approving this project, which is a textbook example of an abusive land-use deal. Indeed, this particular developer has made it a priority to eviscerate the General Plan by methodically gaining waivers and amendments one at a time for a variety of projects around the county.

Measure B – Ballot Box Planning at its Worst

Measure B is a clear cut case of a developer doing an end-run around years of community input into planning. Voters in El Cajon and Chula Vista are being asked to decide on a North County project they only know of through ads with fallacious arguments. (Ask the people in Barrio Logan how they feel about that concept.)

Lilac Hills Ranch: ‘What a revoltin’ development this is…’

Nobody in North County wants the massive, and massively inappropriate, Lilac Hills Ranch project to be built. It’s been turned down by pretty much every local planning group and resident. It’s been rebuffed by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.

Top Articles

Measure B Soundly Rejected by 64.2% of San Diego County Voters

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San Diego County Lilac Hills Impact Report

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Developer Won’t Take No for an Answer on Massive Lilac Hills Ranch Project

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Developer and County May Seize Private Property for Lilac Hills Project

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Lilac Hills Ranch Developer to Try Yet Another Way Around ‘No’

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Lilac Hills Initiative Includes Several ‘Get Out of Lawsuit Free’ Cards for Developer

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