CGF in the News on Midpen’s Ballot Measure

From the article: $300 million open space measure heads toward Silicon Valley ballot

By Paul Rogers in the Mercury News on 2/25/14

Supporters contend that preserving land in open space not only provides for better views from urban areas but also reduces air pollution, preserves drinking water quality and raises property values. They note the measure will have an independent oversight committee, with annual reports on how the money is spent.

“We’re very supportive of it. We like their vision,” said Megan Medeiros, executive director of Committee for Green Foothills, in Palo Alto. “This would guarantee the funding for the future of open space, expand public access and of course protect our forests, hillsides and local wildlife habitat.”

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