NO on A spokesperson explains why people should vote against the measure

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Measure A on your ballot will go a long way into determining whether it gets easier or far more challenging to build additional housing stock, according to No on A spokesperson Tanya Castaneda.

No on A advocates said if Measure A passes, general plan amendments that add six or more housing units in unincorporated areas would require county voters’ approval and will make future development very difficult.

The full text of the measure is available here.

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