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Letter: Why portions of the Bay Space desire a jobs moratorium

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for west Bay Space to SB 50

A moratorium on new jobs within the west Bay Space must be added to the housing invoice, SB 50.

Officers who’ve focused on housing and/or transportation keep away from the elephant within the room. It’s that jobs want to be moved.

Take a look at telling that to Sen. Wiener of San Francisco who authored SB 50 and all of the “leaders” from the Peninsula who wish to dictate their manner out in their housing blunder by way of implementing housing and transportation, however now not jobs, on everybody else.

The most recent information about transportation within the Tri-Valley is that for 2040, the present plans for the brand new rail machine should be transformed to deal with much more riders to alleviate congestion on I-580 and again roads than at the beginning idea.

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Why? Possibly as a result of there’s no jobs requirement in SB 50 nor within the Quicker Bay Space poll measure, the proposed nine-county gross sales tax build up to fund transportation within the Bay Space.

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