Is this what we want? Vote No on Prop J

By Ann Dempsey
Del Mar

The roundabouts proposed for Del Mar are a smoke screen.

“Pedestrian safety” is a cover.

Prop J does not implement the Del Mar Community Plan.

I worked on creating the community plan. I served on the Traffic and Parking Advisory Committee for eight years.

What Prop J does is the following:
• Rezones the west side of Camino Del Mar from one story to two stories.
• Allows 110 condos to be built on the west side of Camino Del Mar from 9th to 15th.
• Erases Measure B which allows residents to vote on projects over 11,500 sq. ft. of development or on a lot of 25,000 sq. ft.
• Forces traffic into residential neighborhoods.
• Removes residents’ control over our downtown for 30 years.

Del Mar voters,
Is this what we want?
Vote No on Prop J.

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