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San Diego Pacific Highlands Ranch Amendments, Proposition C (November 2010)

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A Proposed Amendment to Proposition M concerning Pacific Highlands Ranch was on the November 2, 2010 ballot for voters in the City of San Diego in San Diego County.[1] It was approved.

Proposition M was passed in 1998. It limited the Pacific Highlands Ranch to 1,900 units until the connector between Interstate 5 and Highway 56 is built.

Pacific Highlands Ranch is midway between I-5 and I-15, straddling SR-56.[2]

The group San Diego for Responsible Neighborhood Planning formed in 1998 to sponsor Proposition M. In 2010, the same group supported the proposed amendment to Proposition M.

According to Scott Tillson of San Diego for Responsible Neighborhood Planning, the 2010 amendment is desirable because it will de-link the fate of Pacific Highlands Ranch from highway construction schedules.

Election results

  • Yes: 228,566 (70.69%) Approveda
  • No: 94,748 (29.31%)

Election results are from the San Diego County elections division as of November 26, 2010.

A simple majority vote was required for approval.

Text of measure

The question on the ballot:

This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.

Proposition C: Shall Proposition M be amended, allowing completion of parks, library, trails, recreation and transportation facilities for Pacific Highlands Ranch by removing a development timing restriction based on completion of the SR-56/I-5 Interchange, only after City Council approves a program of phased development ensuring facilities are constructed before or concurrent with new development, paid for by developers at no cost to taxpayers?

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