The notes of the Coeur d'Alene City Council meeting last night may explain why new Councilmen Dan Gookin and Steve Adams voted against the proposed zone change to commercial of part of the Education Corridor: ". "Councilman Adams expressed his belief that his constitutional right to vote on the funding of this project has been violated and therefore will vote against this zone change. Councilman Gookin voiced his concern of the shoreline regulations and the impact to the alleyways as a result of the eastern parking garage abutting the residents along North Military Drive. " The motion carried 4-2. (Facebook photo from Steve Adams page)
Question: Can someone explain why Councilman Adams would think he has a constitutional right to vote on the funding for the Education Corridor?