Concerned about its obligations the Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to opposed the revised Fort Ord Reuse Authority transition plan, but directed staff to participate in upcoming facilitated discussions. (11.08.18)
In June 2020, the Fort Ord Reuse Authority is set to sunset, unless extended. FORA is scrambling to get a transition plan together, but all the affected cities need to agree to the plan, which was presented on Oct. 29—and postponed without a vote. (11-01-18)
If passed Prop. 6 could eliminate 68,000 jobs annually and $183 billion dollars in economic investments as thousands of road construction projects are halted. (10.22.18)
Participating in the development of the new Seaside General Plan to ensure better policies.
Participates in the transportation improvements along Highway 68 that reduce congestion and accidents.
Tracking affordable units built in each city to understand the supply and demand.
Litigating this sprawling development along Highway 68.
Litigating this poorly planned development along Highway 68.
Litigating the 2010 General Plan and assuring the County meets the settlement terms.