November 8, 2016


Election 2016 Win: Cotati Says YES to Measure Q

Measure Q renewed and strengthened the City of Cotati’s UGB for another 30 years. Without action, this essential voter-enacted open space protection would have expired in 2018. Measure Q continued the requirement of voter approval for any future changes to the boundary. 

Election 2016 Win: Milpitas Says YES to Measure J

UPDATE: We’re excited that Measure J passed in the November 2016 election! This measure renews voter-approved protections that shield the city’s hillsides from inappropriate development and subdivision for another 20 years. The hillside protections, first adopted in 2004, complement the city’s Urban Growth Boundary. The City of Milpitas is lucky to have significant undeveloped natural …

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Election 2016 Win: Gilroy Says YES to Measure H

Measure H in 2016 created an UGB for the City of Gilroy, protecting thousands of acres of threatened natural and agricultural lands from sprawl development. The boundary will also promote a revitalized and easily serviced downtown, and ensure that the city grows in an effective, efficient manner.

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