We will vote “no” on Measure G. Previously we voted for Measure Y.
No problem with how the city uses these funds; it is just that they do not need the money.
According to a flier from the county, San Luis Obispo gets approximately 20 percent of property tax revenues from the county. Votes have consequences. Four of five council members voted to allow medical marijuana to be grown in the city limits without enforcement provisions that would protect property values.
Real estate persons have told us that the medical marijuana growing in close proximity to our property decreased our property value by at least 20 percent. If the council sees no need to keep up property values and their share of the property tax, why do they need additional tax money in another form?