The City Council discussed support for the Safe and Healthy Communities initiative at its meeting Tuesday. The initiative would require the county's voters to approve plans for airports, hazardous waste landfills and large jails by a two-thirds vote. Currently, the city has both the proposed El Toro international airport and James A. Musick Branch Jail expansion with which to deal. If passed, supporters say such an initiative would help the city and South County cities fight plans to build a commercial airport at El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. Councilman Larry Agran labeled the initiative as good policy that will help rid "onerous uses in residential areas. . . . It's a classic case of leap before you look public policy."