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General Plan delayed again by housing cap dispute

Original post made on Apr 7, 2009

Community and city leaders started updating the Pleasanton General Plan in 2003, a hoped-for three-year process that is now completed and waiting for final approval by the Planning Commission and City Council within the next few weeks. But now everyone may have to wait a bit longer.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Friday, February 13, 2009, 12:00 AM

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Posted by Julia Schultz
a resident of another community
on Apr 7, 2009 at 3:03 am

The RHNA requirements imposed upon every city should be abolished. The government should have no right to dictate how communities are developed. This should be left up to the residents/taxpayers of each community. We choose to live in areas because of the demographics in that area. How dare the government tell us that we need to change the composition of our community because of some whiny fringe groups who don't think it's fair that everyone can't afford to live wherever they want. The rest of us work hard, save our money, live responsibly, and move to where we can afford. Home ownership is NOT a RIGHT. Neither is living in any particular community. This must be changed.


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