But not everyone sneaked in that tiny window in which to sue, win and build. Want to read more?
I'm on the side of the growth boundary. I hope everyone involved in West Wind Country Estates gets screwed and goes bankrupt, and I'm prepared to include in that anyone who thinks that buying in that location is somehow "green", regardless of how the buildings themselves are constructed. I _like_ European towns and cities, which a clear demarcation: here end the attached townhouses and apartments and right next to them are working farms. It means you can get on public transit and take a ride out to the end of the line and hang out in the countryside, have a picnic, whatever.
But realistically, it looks like it might be a bit of a battle getting there from here, and I bet Measure 37 won't be the only setback along the way.
And a bit more of the aftermath of the two measures: conservation land trusts are willing to pony up to make sure land stays protected -- they don't trust the guv'mint to do it any more.