Apparently, on June 7 we are voting on considerably more than the simple question of Dana Point incorporation.
The sample ballot reveals that the proponents are also asking for a $25-million appropriations limit in 1988-89 and the Local Agency Formation Commission, in another moment of erratic behavior, OKd it to go before the electorate.
You may ask, justifiably, why this exorbitant spending allowance is being requested. After all, the proponents' balance sheet was released last week claiming they could operate the proposed city on some $1 million with revenues of over $9 million.
Here's the gimmick: They want to be able to spend whatever they collect, and then some, circumventing the Gann law, which requires municipalities to return unappropriated surpluses to the taxpayers.