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COMMUNITY OPINION: Why I’m voting Yes on G

Graham Mackie shares his reasons for supporting Measure G.

This community opinion was contributed by Graham Mackie. The opinions expressed do not necessarily represent BenitoLink or other affiliated contributors.

I’ve read the detailed Roads and Transportation Safety Investment Plan and done my homework, and I’m voting YES on G. Here are my top four reasons:

  1. Measure G will repair potholes and cracks on streets and roads all across San Benito County, making it easier for us to get from Point A to Point B safely, no matter how we are getting there.
  2. Measure G will qualify us for needed state and federal matching funds to leverage taxpayer dollars further into our local community. Without these matching Funds, any road construction projects will not happen.
  3. ALL funds stay local to benefit our San Benito County transportation infrastructure. These funds cannot be taken by the general fund or the state.
  4. An independent Citizens' Oversight Committee, mandatory audits, and public reports are required to ensure funds are spent properly.

I’m not easily convinced, but Measure G is needed, and it will benefit us all. I hope you will join me and encourage everyone you know to vote YES on G.



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Graham Mackie (Graham)

Retired Business man interested in helping community


thepracticalconservative's picture

This seems like it was copied and pasted from someone else's post.

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Submitted by ANN ROSS (annross) on

I support Measure G.  Vote Yes on G!

Submitted by Ken Dunn (kenneth) on

No thanks.

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