Seeing all the signs around Pacifica telling us all how to vote on L, I decided to voice my opinion on the matter. I placed a sign on my lawn saying to vote No on L and gave two reasons for my choice. The sign lasted for two days before it was stolen during the night. There were two other signs within 100 yards of my house. They were not taken, but of course they said vote Yes on L.
I consider this act just a sprinkling on the cake of the dishonest methods that are used to get L passed. Our citizens will rue the day when digging starts in the quarry. The Tribune will fill the pages for the next five years talking about the problems the new development has brought to town, not to mention the road rage that will go on each morning.
The above was printed as a Letter to the Editor in the October 25th, 2006 Pacifica Tribune, and is republished here with the author's permission.