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City of Pleasanton Growth Limits, Measures PP and QQ (November 2008)
- Required the city government to formulate an ordinance to add to the General Plan that would restrict future hillside developments to slopes of less than 25 percent or within 100 vertical feet of a ridgeline. Developments of 10 or fewer homes would go through the existing planning review process.
- Defined what a "housing unit" is.
Measure PP, a citizen-initiated ordinance, was supported by a group called "Save Pleasanton's Hills."
Measure QQ was placed on the ballot via a vote of the Pleasanton city council. The city council members who voted to place the competing measure on the ballot were Cheryl Cook-Kallio, Mayor Jennifer Hosterman, and Councilman Jerry Thorne. Council members Matt Sullivan and Cindy McGovern voted against putting the competing measure on the ballot. Measure QQ included a "poison pill" clause directed at Measure PP.
- These final election results are from the Alameda County elections office.
|Measure PP: "Shall the Save Pleasanton's Hills and Housing Cap Citizens' Initiative be adopted?"|
|Measure QQ: "Shall the Pleasanton Ridgelines Protection and Growth Control Initiative be adopted, that would preserve scenic hillsides and ridges surrounding Pleasanton, and affirm and implement policies that protect hillsides and define housing units that respects the voter-approved housing cap?"|
- Official website of "Save Pleasanton Hills," Yes on PP
- Yes on QQ
- Text of Measure PP
- Citizens initiative cleared for Nov. 4 ballot