Vote Yes on Proposition 84
California is facing enormous population growth in the coming years, with 25 million new residents expected by 2040. But our investment in infrastructure is not keeping pace with our population growth. Current funding for natural resources and environmental protection programs
is critically low. In fact, funding for resources makes up less than 1% of the overall state budget.
Last month Joanne moved to Oregon with her two sons to start a new job. She found a nice property in Tualatin near Lafky Park. Our team wishes her the best in her new Oregon endeaveour.
Proposition 84 - the Clean Water, Parks and Coastal Protection Act makes the investments needed to ensure that all Californians will have:
- Access to safe drinking water
- Better protection from floods
- Opportunities to enjoy parks, natural landscapes and our rivers, lakes, beaches, bays and coastline.
A broad coalition of interests – water districts, conservation and environmental groups, local government entities, business organizations, museum and park interests, elected officials, and civic groups – has been formed to support Proposition 84, the Clean Water, Parks and
Coastal Protection Bond Act.
In the same vein as clean water, clean energy is also an important topic. California, Arizona, New Jersey, Nevada, North Carolina, and surprisingly, Massachusetts, are in the forefront of the solar revolution. These states are the states with the most solar PV panel installations in