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No on G Comes with Do-Over

Monterey Herald -- Oct. 13, 2009

If Measure G passes, for all intents and purposes, Carmel Valley incorporation will be permanent and irreversible. On the other hand, if G does not pass, LAFCO law allows the proponents to bring the question back to the voters in two years.

So for voters with even the slightest reservations, no on G is the most prudent choice.

Paul Ingram
Carmel Valley

Last Updated: Oct 13, 09

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