About Measure C

Curious about the "environmental protections" of Measure C? Read why Measure C does NOT provide the environmental protections it promises! (by Phill Blake, a Sierra Club Member voting NO on C)


The Truth Behind Measure C

The proponents had an opportunity to challenge the following arguments.  They chose not to. Why? Because these are the undisputed facts about Measure C.

The truth is, Measure C is fatally flawed — it is poorly written and would trigger numerous unintended consequences that threaten our agricultural heritage.

The supporters of Measure C have stipulated that Measure C has [the following] unintended consequences. The stipulation has been approved by the Napa County Superior Court.

See for yourself — these are the undisputed Facts about Measure C. The Truth:

(Source: Napa County Superior Court Hearing, April 6, 2018)

In the June 5, 2018 election, Napa County voters will be asked whether or not to approve Measure C:

Protect Napa from Measure C when you vote in June!Shall Napa County Ordinance No. 2018-01 be adopted?

Amending the Napa County General Plan and zoning code creating water quality buffer zones within the Agricultural Watershed (AW) zoning district and restricting tree removal within those zones; strengthening oak removal remediation standards; establishing a permit program for oak tree removal once 795 acres of oak woodland have been removed.

Read the full initiative.

As you prepare to vote on whether or not to approve Measure C, get the facts before you cast your ballot:

Learn more by reading our Q&A page.

 

IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS BY THE NAPA COUNTY COUNSEL

 

INDEPENDENT LEGAL ANALYSIS OF MEASURE C