City Council wants to increase Pleasanton's size without permission from the voters
Original post made by Concerned, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Jun 18, 2013
In 1996, voters approved a permanent Urban Growth Boundary that was an initiative placed on the ballot by the City Council that protects areas outside the urban growth boundary from development. Measure FF indicated only a vote of the people can expand the urban growth boundary.
Looks like the City Council is once again ignoring the will of the people and will again attempt to circumvent a ballot measure adopted by Pleasanton voters.
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