San Diego County Voters Will Have Chance to Ban PLAs on County Construction Projects

0 September 8, 2010  State & Local Construction, Uncategorized

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted on July 13 to “put the people in charge” and “give voters a voice” by placing a measure (now designated as Proposition A) on the November 2 ballot that would amend the county’s charter to prohibit the county from entering into contracts that require contractors to sign project labor agreements with construction unions.  This measure will ensure that San Diego County taxpayers get the best quality construction at the best price.

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association endorsed Proposition A yesterday (September 7).  They Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association joins the San Diego County Taxpayers Association (see their comprehensive analysis here), the Oceanside Taxpayers Association, the La Mesa Taxpayers Association, the Chula Vista Taxpayers Association, and the San Diego Tax Fighters in support of Proposition A.

Visit the Yes on Proposition A web site at

The Proposition A Facebook page is here: Yes on A: The Fair and Open Competition Initiative for San Diego County | Facebook

A video in support of Proposition A is here: YouTube – Fair and Open Competition – Yes on A

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