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Wilson's Plan

February 07, 1993

Among all the proposals for reviving California's sluggish economy, Gov. Pete Wilson's recently unveiled plan for strategic growth stands out as the most workable (Jan. 26). By encouraging local communities to "grow responsibly," the plan will enable businesses to create new jobs and provide economic opportunity, while protecting our state's valuable natural resources.

The issue is not whether California will continue to grow. Rather the issue is how well will our communities prepare for the population growth that will inevitably continue. If we want business and industry to keep pace with population growth while continuing to provide jobs and affordable housing, we must act to free them from some of the more oppressive aspects of government over-regulation.

Those of us in the commercial/industrial real estate industry applaud the governor's plan as a giant step in the right direction to help get the California economy back on its feet.

DONALD E. MOE, President

California Business Properties Assn.

Sacramento

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