Vote yes if you might ride the rail to San Bernardino and believe that that is the wise use of transportation dollars. Vote yes if you think that single-family homes doesn't represent the American dream more than building hundreds of apartments downtown that don't solve any social problems.
Why has the city spent so much money planning for this type of project prior to this vote? People are telling you that past measure are preventing economic development, why replace those with another measure.
The current measures contain abilities to override with a four-fifths vote of current council members. Measure G contains no such ability. It only ties the hands of future councils from implementing local controls, policies, visions and standards. Vote your interests not government’s. Vote no on Measure G.
R.A. Roberts, East Valley Taxpayers Coalition