JENNY KENOYER BREAKS HER CAMPAIGN PROMISE!
Less than 2 months into office (and at her first city council meeting), your new Modesto City council member JENNY KENOYER
is planning to break her campaign promise to preserve prime farmland!
During her campaign when asked how important farmland preservation is to Stanislaus County, Jenny Kenoyer replied, “Farmland preservation is probably one of the most important things that is so important to us. Agriculture is the base of our economy” and “I’m really concerned our council that is there now is not really concerned with preservation of ag land”.
Yet at the January 7, 2014 Modesto City Council meeting, Jenny Kenoyer indicated that she supports annexing the prime farmland west of 99 known as Wood Colony for development. She was quoted as saying,” I DON’T CARE WHAT THE PEOPLE OF WOOD COLONY THINK, THEY DON’T VOTE FOR ME.”
Your neighbors in Wood Colony need your help to protect their homes, their farms, and their families’ farm heritage!
Please e-mail or call your councilmember, Jenny Kenoyer and request she stick to her campaign pledge to preserve farmland and NOT VOTE TO PAVE OVER FAMILY FARMS IN WEST MODESTO!
E-mail: JKenoyer@modestogov.com and/or call (209) 571-5597.
CONTACT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! – URGENCY NEEDED! THE VOTE IS TUESDAY!
Or attend the Modesto City Council meeting on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 5:30 pm at 1010 10th Street Place – Basement chambers.
*To locate the YouTube video, just google “Jenny Kenoyer Interview” and the date is August 16, 2013.
We’ve just added the pdf of the flyer being distributed in Modesto.