On Jul 31, 2013, at 12:34 PM, Teresa Barth <TBarth@encinitasca.gov> wrote:
Nor do I intend to answer your questions.
The facts are: Prop A passed and the city is implementing it citywide.
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Blogger's note: Will we be able to trust the city next time? We can certainly determine that we would should not expect transparency (many have already known this).
Here's the questions. Formatted for clarity.
On Jul 30, 2013, at 5:02 PM, "K.C." wrote:
I have good reason to believe that the city did not bring in any new outside assistance in helping to evaluate the legal issues related to implementing Prop A.
1. Is this correct?
2. Why did you not resolve actual and stated interpretation issues prior to the election?
2b. How many work hours were required determine how to write up the FAQ related to residential heights?
3. Doesn't it seem logical that should have been attempted prior to the election or at least stated how the city would act after it was passed, so the public would know what they were voting on?
4. What [was] the process and timeline for deciding if the city will implement higher residential height limits?
5. Do you believe that it is fair for you to describe the Rutan and Tucker report as an "independent" study? Why?