Why did you vote no?
Okay, I admit it. I’ve been following the continuing debate over the Meaning of the Measure B Vote with a whole heaping boatload morbid curiosity. Did people love the land plan but hate the business deal attached to it, as some have maintained? Or are people not all that jazzed about 4,800 (or more) homes being build on the former Naval base? Did it become, as still others have maintained, a referendum on whether SunCal is evil?
Well, darned if I know. But I’d sure love to find out. So I am asking.
If you were one of the many, many people who said no to this thing, I’d love to know why. So I’m asking you to take a minute or so to take my little poll (just once – no multiple votes, please). You can select as many of the answers as apply. And if you’ve got more to say than can be contained in one of these little poll bubbles – or were one of the folks who voted yes on B – please post a comment below. I’ll keep the poll open through Thursday and share the results Friday or Monday.
Why did you vote No on B?
- Didn't like the development agreement (58%, 69 Votes)
- Thought the development should go through the traditional process, not on the ballot (54%, 64 Votes)
- Don't like SunCal (44%, 52 Votes)
- Don't like the land plan (40%, 47 Votes)
- Other (23%, 27 Votes)
Total Voters: 118