This county has seen the construction of so many resorts recently. The cities permit them to be built because of the county’s policies to attract tourists, who create the market for these hotels.
This means more low-paying hospitality jobs, added commuter traffic, and it increases the demand for affordable housing. These policies, approved by the current board of supervisors, enrich corporations and government, but also increases the income disparity of residents. Our quality of life is being threatened and degraded.
Is this what you want for Napa County? This board of supervisors, including Diane Dillon, has brought us to a tipping point. Do you believe the county is moving in the right direction? Skyrocketing housing costs, terrible traffic, and rule-breaking wineries that the current board readily forgives
We need a change. We need Cio Perez.
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