Rogers is lying again here, in the last sentence:
As we’ve pointed out many times, even Golonski agrees with us on this one. Instead of just voting to put the whole deal on the ballot for the voters to decide and then staying out of it — like what 2001’s Measure B calls for — the council instead voted to “approve” the B-6 Agreement first and then put it in front of the voters for a “final approval.”
It’s going to be a “referendum” on their previous action, not a voter initiative put on the ballot by the council. That’s what one is in California, and it’s why Albano is calling it that. A referendum.
Who does Rogers think he’s kidding, capital letters or not?