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Make Costa Mesa Affordable

Cost of living in Costa Mesa continues to spiral out of control. Voting Yes on Measure K will be one step in helping to bring down costs, allowing young families the opportunity to afford a home, so we can raise our families in the same communities where we work.

Fix Traffic

We’ve all sat in out-of-control traffic on Harbor Boulevard, Newport Boulevard, and the 405. Voting Yes on K will take real steps to improve our traffic. With targeted neighborhood improvements, we will increase walkability and increase opportunities for people to use multi-modal public transportation to get to work.

Invest In Our Schools

Measure K will make sure corporate developers pay their fair share to invest in the future of Costa Mesa. Measure K will see increased proffers from developers to put real improvements into our classrooms.

"I have stepped up to chair the campaign to give back to the city I arrived with my family as a 2 year old and then raised my own children in Costa Mesa. It is critical we maintain control over ALL decisions about our streets, parks, housing, and infrastructure, and not Sacramento"

Liz Dorn Parker, Chair 40+ Year Resident of Costa Mesa

40+ Year Resident of Costa Mesa

Governing Board Member, Coast Community College District

Vice Chair, Costa Mesa Parks and Community Services Commission

"As a long-time Costa Mesa resident, I appreciate efforts to keep our community vibrant and in step with our current needs. There are some elements in our current Municipal Code that are preventing this vibrancy and they need to be removed. The revisions that Measure K brings will return the resident’s voice to the process. That’s why I support Measure K."

Tom Arnold, Controller Eastside Costa Mesa Resident

Eastside Costa Mesa Resident

Former Costa Mesa Interim Fire Chief

Chair, Costa Mesa Finance & Pension Advisory Committee

"As an affordable housing advocate, I am dismayed by our lack of progress in accommodating the workers that are so much a part of the city’s economy. Their need to commute to work impacts our traffic and the quality of life of residents and visitors alike. Measure K lessens constraints on non-profit development of housing for both lower-income seniors and working families."

Dianne Russell, Vice Chair 25+ Year Resident of Costa Mesa

25+ Year Resident of Costa Mesa

Member, Kennedy Commission Board

Member, Costa Mesa Affordable Housing Coalition

Costa Mesa Planning Commissioner

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