The development approval process is a protracted series of checks and balances and the major stakeholders are the landowners and the residents. But, the “yes” on D proponents – led by Mayor Wagner -want the development approval process to dead end with the City Council and box-out local residents.
The city attorney wrote an “impartial” analysis of the Mayor’s ballot measure. But somehow he can’t answer any questions about it.
The proposed Sterling Dental Plaza zoning change and amended development plan for Woodbridge is designed to replace a 1 story 16,015 square foot building with a 2 story 46,800 square foot office building constructed over a parking lot for additional parking. This project is totally out of compliance with the Woodbridge Village general plan which […]
It’s not always easy to get information about what goes on in City Hall. But there are ways if you dig deep. Here’s how you can get public disclosures on campaign finance. We’ll use our search for backers of Measures C and D. This link shows you who is the filer of the measure, who […]