Private group “Let’s Go San Diego” protests to get SANDAG tax increase in November vote –
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A group called «Let’s go to San Diego”Filed a petition in hopes of getting a half-cent sales tax on the November vote, which will help fund SANDAG’s $ 160 billion transit plan.
Some San Diego residents with high inflation said it was not the best time to raise taxes.
El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells is one of those who opposes tax increases in San Diego.
The Mayor of Wales joined Logan Byrnes with KUSI to discuss why he opposes raising taxes for SANDAG.
SANDAG is using this private group to pass a vote they know they won’t get, the Mayor of Wales claimed.
Private groups need 50% of the vote to get their vote on the ballot, while government agencies such as SANDAG will need two-thirds of the vote.
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