There is NO preservation of agricultural land under Measure Y. It actually allows Oceanside farms to be developed as large, multi-million dollar estates on 2.5-acre lots.
And with far-reaching new rules for farmers, it limits the options we can use to stay in business.Learn More
The Initiative would likely lead to the eventual demise of active farms in Oceanside, with land either being left to go fallow or sold into large estates for the wealthy.
Lynn Reaser, Economist,get the facts
Point Loma Nazarene University
Measure Y's official proponent lives on a 2.5-acre estate surrounded by farmland. His measure - and the impacts it will create - shows he cares about protecting wealthy estate owners like himself, not working farmers or the community.Read more
A.G. Kawamura: NO on Y Endorsement Former Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, third-generation Southern California farmer. […]Read More
Dustin Campbell The Coast News October 26, 2018 Ours is a big, complex world. Countless issues pop up every day […]Read More