It behooves us to be informed voters and hear both sides of the argument before voting.
From the No on T folks:
Watch these 4 short videos that explain the main issues with Measure T:And there's more- the city admits that the 48-foot height limit is a completely unnecessary giveaway to developers:
Measure T overview – http://vimeo.com/189479622
Building height under Measure T – http://vimeo.com/189478755
Location of Measure T upzoning – http://vimeo.com/189479275
Lawsuit threats and Measure T – http://vimeo.com/189480676
The City admits Measure T would work within our 30' height limit.
“Even without an amendment to the height limit, however, local developers have confirmed that R-25 sites could develop at densities of 19-24 units per acre under Proposition A limits."
(City of Encinitas, Housing Plan, Appendix B, Page 68.)