City of Coronado Voter Pre-Approval of Beach Facilities, Proposition A (February 2008)
If Proposition A had been approved, it would have required the Coronado city council to obtain voter approval before building or expanding any permanent lifeguard facilities, restroom facilities or bike paths on Coronado Beach.
Proposition A was a citizen-initiated measure sponsored by Susan Heavilin. She was opposed to locating a lifeguard building near a heavily-used beach.
- These final, certified, results are from the San Diego County elections office.
The question on the ballot:
|Proposition A: "Shall the Land Use Plan of the City of Coronado Local Coastal Program be amended to require that prior to the construction or expansion of any permanent lifeguard facilities, restroom facilities, or bike paths on the Coronado Beach the City Council must first receive voter approval?"|
- City of Coronado Lifeguard Building Approval, Proposition B (February 2008)
- San Diego County, California ballot measures
- San Diego Union-Tribune, "Coronado residents vote down Proposition A, approve B," February 6, 2008
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