Are Bill Jordan and City Staff In Compliance With the Law?
HOW MUCH MORE SHOULD CLAYTON GROW?
Of these nearby Contra Costa County cites, Clayton is by far the smallest geographically at 3.8 square miles.
Yet, when looked at in terms of population density, Clayton is comparable to much larger cities like San Ramon, Antioch and Walnut Creek.
WHAT IS BEST FOR CLAYTON?
Should Clayton’s priority be to minimize growth or to promote growth?
Is a population density on the scale of Walnut Creek, Antioch and San Ramon good for Clayton?
What is the optimal number of additional residential units for Clayton? 0? 100? 500? 1,000? Over 1,000?
Is regional and state control over zoning better than local control?
Should Clayton blindly implement any one-size-fits-all growth mandate handed down by the state or should it push back?
Should Clayton work with other Bay Area communities to fight back against the state’s unreasonable high-density housing agenda that would destroy Clayton?
WHAT DO YOU THINK
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Work to Minimize Growth Not Promote It.
The City Council should serve the best interests of the people and not regional agencies like ABAG-MTC.
The City Council must regularly notify its citizens whenever a Clayton representative casts a vote in ABAG-MTC, the reason behind the vote, and how the vote affects Clayton and its citizens.
The citizens of Clayton need a full accounting of all financial contributions Tuija Catalano and her law firm have made to State Senator Scott Wiener.
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