First I'm uploading the letters from the LA attorney, and the responses from Wildomar's attorneys. The best way to view the first letter is by enlarging it. You can do that by holding the control key and hitting the + key if you're on a PC. Or you can save it to your device and view it through your own software.
As you can see in the graphic below, the next official part of the process will be on February 3, 2016. I asked how this initial draft will be made public, and it'll be on the city's website on the 3rd. I suggest that you sign up for city emails at the following address if you want to keep up on this. LINK
The next public discussion of the Conversion to Districts is scheduled for Wednesday, February 10th.
Second, I attended a Community Coffee hosted by Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez and had a chance to ask her if there was any relief that Wildomar, and other communities faced with vexatious lawsuits, could expect from Sacramento.
The short answer was:
Could the state do something? Yes, if the majority weren't what it is right now, yes we could do something... So while I'd like to say "yes, there's something we can do right now," the odds are they would never let it pass. As long as I had the Assembly woman's attention, I thought I'd ask her about another issue that is bearing down on Wildomar. Medical marijuana ordinances.
Currently, local municipalities have until March 1st to enact rules and laws regarding medical marijuana. A bill has cleared the assembly that removes the deadline. Now it's up to the Senate and the Governor to do their part.
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Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies. — Groucho Marx