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The ballot measure would reverse a city council-approved land use change that would allow US Foodservice establish themselves on the eastern part of the city. The city's attorney stated earlier in July that the decision is not up for referendum.  BudaFirst.org remained confident and advanced their intentions for the petition.  
 
The ballot measure would reverse a city council-approved land use change that would allow US Foodservice establish themselves on the eastern part of the city. The city's attorney stated earlier in July that the decision is not up for referendum.  BudaFirst.org remained confident and advanced their intentions for the petition.  
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The group has collected 1,000 signatures, more than the required 670, but some of those signatures were reportedly from residents who lived outside of the city limits.  The group is still collecting signatures.<ref> [http://www.newstreamz.com/2009/07/29/us-foodservice-foes-submit-petition-in-buda/ ''newstreamz.com'', "US Foodservice foes submit petition in Buda", July 29, 2009]</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 15:18, 12 August 2009

A Buda land use change referendum may be on the November 3, 2009 ballot in Hays County for voters in the city of Buda. BudaFirst.org, a group spearheading the referendum effort, has declared submitted a petition for referendum.

The ballot measure would reverse a city council-approved land use change that would allow US Foodservice establish themselves on the eastern part of the city. The city's attorney stated earlier in July that the decision is not up for referendum. BudaFirst.org remained confident and advanced their intentions for the petition.

The group has collected 1,000 signatures, more than the required 670, but some of those signatures were reportedly from residents who lived outside of the city limits. The group is still collecting signatures.[1]

References

  1. newstreamz.com, "US Foodservice foes submit petition in Buda", July 29, 2009