Yes on Measure F means Brentwood gets to control quality and design of any future projects. Rather than give this power to the county or Antioch, Measure F lets us decide.
Yes on F would protect Brentwood by extending our border to Deer Valley and keeping Antioch at bay. It does so while providing local jobs, putting Brentwood kids in Brentwood schools, helping to provide improved roads, working to ensure school and community safety, and improving our home values.
If the opponents of Measure F are really concerned about our city, they should be spending their time and efforts at the Planning Commission and City Council, opposing efforts by some developers to lower the quality of construction and reduce amenities for our city. Brentwood has weathered the economic storm better than most because of the high standards we have insisted upon. Let’s not let anyone change that.
Concerned citizens should insist that any future housing not compromise building and design standards. Measure F gives Brentwood the power to help maintain high quality standards. Our focus should be on quality. Protect Brentwood. Vote Yes on Measure F to ensure Brentwood control and to protect our future home values.
Peter and Veronica Charitou, Brentwood