While observing the Wildomar City Council meeting last evening, I thought the defining moment was when a young teenager, who was admittedly a big supporter of last year’s failed Measure D, stood up and told the City Council about his disappointment over the failure of the measure because it was associated with Mello Roos.
Continuing with youthful eloquence, he calmly stated that, if the City Council proposed another parks funding measure that was associated with Mello Roos, he would be unwilling to participate in any support activities for the new measure.
In contrast, later in the evening, City councilmember Marsha Swanson, took the opportunity to dismiss the entire Mello Roos argument, by foolishly reminding everyone that it was only two guys names attached to Communities Facilities District legislation.
Obviously, in her arrogance, Swanson missed the moment and the point.
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For the best coverage of the meeting, where the City Council voted 4-0 to potentially carry forward in consideration for putting a measure on the November 2012 ballot, but only as “parcel tax,” rather than another foolish Mello Roos proposal, please click on the following link: