Last month, we reported on San Mateo’s $1 billion price tag for our wastewater treatment upgrades, which will require a sewer tax increase of 9% each year for homeowners to help fund.
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AGAINST: We all care about the Bay, but Measure AA is not about saving the Bay. Measure AA gives a blank check to politicians, & allows its board to increase the tax with a majority vote at will over 20 years. This measure is taxation without representation & has no transparency. Never before have 9 counties been under one tax; a recipe for inequity & unfairness. We already pay federal taxes for the Army Corps of Engineers to steward shoreline/wetlands, so ask, “How many governing special authorities does it take to do the same job?” The list of beneficiaries clamoring for the passage of Measure AA is endless, including tech companies. Last month, their agendized grant guidelines allowed for “grant awards to public and private entities,” which include but are not limited to owners and operators of shoreline parcels in the San Francisco Bay Area, and include federal, state, local and nonprofit entities. Measure AA’s ‘solution’ is not feasible with no coordinated efforts to accomplish its promises. Yet they are spending $2-5 million to get your vote. The public is best served if control stays local.
Vote NO on Measure AA. More info at: http://stopaa.org/about/
FOR: In June, voters in all 9 Bay Area counties will vote. The “Clean and Healthy Bay Ballot Measure,” would raise at least $500 million over 20 years to fund critical Bay restoration and flood protection projects. This measure needs 2/3 of Bay Area voters behind it. Measure AA will fund wetlands restoration projects around the Bay that will expand habitats to increase wildlife populations, reduce Bay Pollution, enhance public shoreline access, and protect shoreline communities from flooding. Save The Bay has the chance to work with groups and individuals with whom we may not regularly work and with whom we do not always agree. This includes business groups, organized labor, and a wide array of elected officials and community leaders in a large geographic area. Projects will be prioritized based on their positive impact on the San Francisco Bay as a whole, with provisions to ensure that projects will be funded in each of the Bay Area’s nine counties. These funds would help complete large-scale restoration projects like the ones at Sears Point, Bair Island and the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project.
Vote YES on Measure AA. More info at: http://www.savesfbay.org/MeasureAA