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City of Encinitas Voter Approval for Zoning/Planning Amendments, Proposition A (June 2013)

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A City of Encinitas Voter Approval for Zoning/Planning Amendments, Proposition A ballot question was on the June 18, 2013 ballot for voters in the City of Encinitas in San Diego County, where it was approved.

Proposition A was also known as the "Encinitas Right to Vote Amendment." It requires voter approval for any major changes to planning policy documents. Planning policy documents include the Land Use Element of the General Plan, Land Use Policy Maps of the General Plan, Zoning Code, Zoning Map, any specific plan, and development agreements. Proposition A also requires that before the city can make an exception to a citywide height limit of 30 feet/two stories, a public vote approving of the exception must take place.

Election results

Proposition A
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 6,675 51.85%
No6,19848.15%
These results are from the San Diego County election office. These results are final.

Ballot question

The question on the ballot:

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Proposition A: Shall the people of Encinitas adopt an initiative measure, known as the "Encinitas Right to Vote Amendment" to require voter approval, by a majority vote of the electorate, for a major amendment to a planning policy document (defined to mean the Land Use Element of the General Plan, Land Use Policy Maps of the General Plan, Zoning Code, Zoning Map, any specific plan, and development agreements) and to impose a citywide height limit?

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