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Yes on G fliers dishonest, misleading

Monterey Herald -- Oct. 25, 2009



Campaign fliers created by the few activists pushing to transform our valley community into their huge, surreal, meandering city raise credibility concerns. They want us to believe that without their new expensive city government, there will be continuous homes on all ridges as shown in their doctored photograph. Dishonest.

When counted, the proposed new homes as outlined on their map actually total 374, not 1,052 as stated, averaging one home per 70 acres if all are approved, which is unlikely. Hardly "urban sprawl." Misleading.

They claim every new home would produce 10 car trips daily. No home in the valley produces 10 trips every day, not one. If we are to have an informed vote, let's deal with facts and not these cheap juvenile scare tactics.

I am voting no on approving their city and against all five "pro-city" council candidates who apparently supported this propaganda. And this group wants to make all of the many new city rules that the whole valley will be forced to live under? Beam me up!

There are less expensive ways to control valley growth than adding another layer of big government we can't afford.

David W. Pfaff
Carmel Valley



Last Updated: Oct 25, 09

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