Another gated emergency vehicle access road is proposed to connect the site to Grey Eagle Court in the Grey Eagle neighborhood, also a gated community located at the end of Crellin Road.
The Lins' plan was discussed by the Planning Commission on March 21, but no action was taken.
Meanwhile, the Lins' effort continues before the state Court of Appeal where they are asking the court to overturn a judgment in the Superior Court against their claim that a development agreement once signed by City Manager Nelson Fialho should allow them to build the 51-home development.
Numerous meetings have been held in the pre-hearing phase of the appeal with the Lins' San Francisco legal firm and Amrit Kulkarni, an attorney with the firm of Meyers/Nave, who has been hired by Pleasanton as outside counsel to argue against the Lins' appeal.
City Attorney Jonathan Lowell said no formal hearing date has been set by the Court of Appeal.
The Lins have tried several times over the last 13 years to gain approval for houses on the wooded, undeveloped property they own. At one time, they sought to build 98 homes there along with a golf course. That plan, as well as the much-reduced 51-home development plan proposed five years ago, also was rejected by voters in a referendum after the City Council had given its approval.
It is that last referendum on June 8, 2010, that is the focus of the Lins' current litigation. At that time, voters overturned the council's approval of the project in 2007, which came after several years of public meetings and hearings.
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