The San Diego Metropolis Council voted Monday to position a number of measures on the November 2022 poll together with permitting daycares in metropolis parks and ending free trash service to houses.
Whereas six measures are at present being thought of, right here is extra concerning the three greenlit for November.
The town council voted 7-2 to approve a measure repealing the 103-year-old “Individuals’s Ordinance,” which prohibits the town from charging for trash pickup for single-family households. Supporters say the transfer may enhance metropolis income by $50M a yr. The council would launch a price evaluation examine to look into a possible price restoration construction for trash elimination companies if voters approve the measure. Some councilmembers, together with Marni Von Wilpert who voted towards it, questioned the knowledge of the measure at a time the place inflation and fuel costs are on the rise.
Coastal Peak Restrict
The council voted to advance a measure lifting the coastal top restrict within the Halfway District. The measure would exclude solely the Halfway-Pacific Freeway Neighborhood Plan space from the 30-foot top restrict on buildings within the Coastal Zone. The purpose is to ask funding and growth into the Halfway space to assist inexpensive housing, energetic transportation and a wholesome setting, in keeping with Councilmember Chris Cate, who launched the measure.
The town council permitted a measure to handle an area scarcity of inexpensive little one care. At present, the town constitution doesn’t permit for childcare on devoted park property. The poll measure would permit childcare companies to function in metropolis parks if handed by voters. In the course of the pandemic, over 520 childcare suppliers closed in San Diego County, in keeping with Councilmember Cate’s workplace.
The election can be held November 8.