Re "Supervisors OK 2,700-acre plan at Cordova Hills" (Page A1, Jan. 30): Why do we spend money developing good and positive growth plans that benefit our community and region when four individuals fueled by developer cries and money rule?
Thank you Phil Serna for having the guts to stand your ground and vote "no." It's time for our Board of Supervisors to be expanded to seven members for better voting and representation. Sadly, money and power speaks.
This vote sets a very bad precedent for the region. To the four supervisors who voted yes, I hope your campaign coffers are swelling.
-- Nikki Carpenter, Elk Grove