This Tuesday, May 17, 6 to 7 PM
"Meet and Greet" the Ballot Initiative

At the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
429 Cypress Avenue
(Between Jasmine and Locust in North Laguna)

The Ballot Initiative for and by Residents

Tuesday, August 23rd,
7 to 8 PM
Ballot Initiative Panel Discussion

At the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 429 Cypress Dr.
(Between Jasmine and Locust in North Laguna)

Vote For The Laguna Residents First Ballot Initiative And Help Save Laguna From Overdevelopment

The Five Best Reasons To Vote For The
Laguna Residents First Ballot Initiative:
1. It gives residents a say in the size, shape, scope and character of their community - not just developers, commercial property owners, and politicians.
2. It helps maintain Laguna’s unique charm and architectural heritage for a more human-scale community with a better quality of life.
3. It establishes enforceable traffic controls and parking requirements to prevent tourist parking from overflowing into residential neighborhoods.
4. It helps ensure property values by combating the problems of overdevelopment and overtourism.
5. It helps reduce City costs by providing developers with known building requirements - thus expediting project processing through City Hall while also motivating developers to their best proposals forward.

Explore the Ballot Initiative Here

Official Blog

Hear from Jahn Levitt:

Hear from Michelle Monda:

Hear from Douglas Miller:

Your contribution will help to insure that the LRF ballot initiative is voted into law this November. Then we will all get a voice in any proposed large-scale development projects. That will bring better, clearer, and more compatible proposals to the table.
Or, checks may be mailed to P.O. Box 285 Laguna Beach CA 92662

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