The San Diego Association of Governments hasn’t been shy about touting the benefits county residents will feel if they pass its proposed ballot measure in November. One of the proposal’s major selling points is that the projects the measure would fund will relieve traffic congestion. We found SANDAG thinks of traffic relief differently than a typical commuter might.

The mayor and City Council accept a business-led proposal to
tighten the ballot measure’s reforms in a push for credibility less
than a month before Election Day.

Statement: “Not a cent of this tax is required to go to police, fire and other vital city services. Politicians can spend this money any way they want,” the anti-Proposition D website, ReformSanDiego.Com says. Determination: True Analysis: The city of San Diego’s November financial reform ballot measure, known as Proposition D, would increase San Diego’s […]