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on Apr 16, 2010
I think YES on D is a good thing.
Perhaps the self-serving people against this should come out and tell people where they live, that would explain why they are against it.
Doesn't Steve B. live on a road with his last name? That is okay but it is not okay for others to build a nice home close by?
YES on D.
"IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME."
Kay Ayala lives near Harvest Park.
Yes, but what's her real motivation here? If she really wanted to save the hills why didn't she do it when she was on the Council for 8 years? This is more about her loss to the current Mayor a few years ago. For some reason, she thought she was the logical candidate for Mayor and would in fact be the next Mayor. Problem is residents didn't agree with her positions and elected someone else and she has never gotten over it.
And her co-chair happens to live near the top of Hearst Dr. so we're talking about NMBYism.
Self serving I know, but I prefer the appearance of a non-developed ridgeline.
My mother said if you can't say anything nice, then don't say anything at all. Guess that doesn't apply to the Yes on D people.
You all sound like a bunch of bitter old cronies.
iwastheretoo, Seems more like according to the courts that Kay and Karla were right about ridge-top protection and some of the Yes on D folks can't quite get over THAT if you ask me.
Not sure what you mean by "according to the courts". The case was about the referendum process, not about ridge-top protection.
You can't see the Oak Grove Development from Bernal and Valley. Another misstatement by Kay.
Some of the houses in Kottinger are actually higher than some of the proposed homes in Oak Grove.
This is truly a silly issue. Let them build the houses. There is no sane reason to oppose the development. They will look fine. I know people who have lived in this community for over fifty years. They've been building houses on the hills and elsewhere all the while, and we've all done just fine. This sounds like a bunch of scare tactics again.
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