Vote against Prop B ‘is supported by facts and documentation’

Is it true that Prop B exposes Solana Beach to significant liability for expensive lawsuits?  You betcha.  A few minutes of homework leads to our City Attorney’s written comments regarding this very issue.  In a formal response to the Elections Code Section 9212 Report, our City Attorney lists several legal challenges that the City anticipates could occur, including Equal Protection, Administration of the Permit, Land Use and Vagueness of Nominal Fee, to name just a few.  The City Attorney then clearly states, “Any legal challenges to the Measure… would have to be defended and paid for by the City” and concludes by saying that there could be significant impacts if Prop B is enacted.  The important thing for Solana Beach voters to remember is that the vote “No” on Prop B position is supported by facts and documentation, not rhetoric.

Kelly Harless

Solana Beach

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