Re "Should county approve Cordova Hills?" (Viewpoints, Jan. 27): How dare Sandy Smoley write about "futuristic land planning concepts" while reflecting on her past as a Sacramento County supervisor. She refers to "a vision put forth by Sacramento County supervisors in 1992 to plan for growth and prosperity of our region and long-term municipal infrastructure."
Smoley stands once again with developers, not residents, just as she did when she cast her vote to seal the deal for developers to build on land that was set aside for a cross-river connector between Sunrise and Watt avenues. One need only travel either of these spans to appreciate the traffic congestion that is her legacy. No more white elephants. Say "no" to Cordova Hills.
-- Greg Ball, Rancho Cordova