A subcommittee of the Encinitas City Council—composed as Mayor Teresa Barth and Councilmember Kristing Gaspar—will meet Monday morning to draft an argument against “The Encinitas Right to Vote Amendment.”
Related: Fate of Encinitas 'Right to Vote' Initiative to be Decided by Ballot
The initiative would require a majority vote to major amendment of a planning policy document. Such amendments would include certain changes in zone types, increases in heights and increases of the amount of parcels on an existing parcel.
In order for the initiative to go to the voters, the ballot would need an argument against the measure. The wording will be presented to the City Council on March 27.
Speakers will have three minutes to speak at Monday’s meeting. It will be held at 10 a.m. at the Poinsettia Room, Civic Center 505 South Vulcan Ave.