The blight at the former Alameda Naval Air Station needs to be cleaned up and this plan will accomplish that goal. (Source: SunCal campaign ad.)
Obviously, if the plan is fully implemented, then by definition there won't be blight there anymore. However, the initiative sets no dates for demolition or renovation, has dubious funding limits and schemes, and leaves development commencement to the discretion of the developer. In other communities, SunCal has walked away from projects when its funding dried up leaving the residents and neighbors with blight and dangerous conditions. Judging by its record, SunCal is more likely to increase blight than to clean up blight.
SunCal seems to have enough money for political campaigns, why not for cleaning up the messes they leave behind?