San Luis Obispo Prado Road Initiative, Measure H-10 (November 2010)
Measure H, if voters approve, will amend several chapters of San Luis Obispo's Margarita Area Specific Plan, Airport Area Specific Plan and the General Plan in order to remove a portion of Prado Road that is currently planned to cross the northwest edge of the City-owned Damon-Garcia property property and connect to Broad Street.
Measure H was placed on the ballot via the initiative process. A simple majority vote is required for approval.
The voter pamphlet arguments in favor of Measure H were signed by:
- Bill Wilson, teacher
- Michael Sullivan, park ranger
- Mila Vujovich-LaBarre, teacher
The arguments they make in the voter pamphlet say that Measure H gives voters "a rare opportunity to preserve 4 acres of land for recreation and safeguard the open, natural connection between the South Hills Open Space and the popular Damon-Garcia Sports Fields."
The voter pamphlet arguments opposing Measure H were written by:
- Dave Romero, mayor
- Allen Settle, city council member and former mayor
The arguments in the voter pamphlet say that San Luis Obispo City Council has unanimously urged a "no" vote on Measure H.
Opponents say that supporters have made misleading statements, for example, by saying that the proposed road will cut through the Damon-Gracia Sports Fields.
They also say that is Measure H passes, it will slow emergency vehicle response times and cause traffic congestion.
The question on the ballot:
|Measure H: An initiative amending the Margarita Area Specific Plan to eliminate a portion of the Prado Road Extension currently planned to cross the boundaries of the city-owned Damon Garcia Property, and to prohibit any encroachment of development or streets into the South Hills Open Space and the Damon-Garcia property, and amending other city land use and planning documents to conform to the Margarita Area Specific Plan Amendments.|
- Measure H FAQ
- Measure H title and summary
- Argument for Measure H
- Argument against Measure H
- Rebuttal to arguments against Measure H
- Rebuttal to arguments in favor of Measure H
<ref> tags exist, but no
<references/> tag was found