Election Guidance - Measure J
Original post made by UndecidedVoter on Nov 2, 2006
- How much will it cost to study the idea of ballfields at Bayfront Park?
- Is the measure binding? I've heard that some of the candidates will not proceed with the study if they are elected, even if Measure J passes? Is this true? If the other side wins will they pursue ballfields at Bayfront Park even if measure J is defeated? What is the purpose of Measure J.
I'm open to influence on how to vote this issue. My kids are young and all play soccer. Ball fields at Bayfront park seem OK to me -- except its a ong way to drive out there? Seems too far to have the kids bike out by themselves.
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