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40 Middlefield Project - Effect on market deliveries

From: domainremoved <Lauri>
Date: Fri, 11 May 2018 10:25:11 -0700

Attached is a picture of a semi backed up to the market delivery dock. The
white chalk marks indicate the edge of the 40 Middlefield lot line
(measured 18' from the curb that lines the residence side of the service
road at that point). When Nick Sharma and a group of us met with the
Planning Department we emphasized the need for this area to be kept a 'soft
corner' without a hard fence restricting the area.

This picture was taken to make it clear why we are concerned with the
length of the hard wall between the market and the proposed office

Also, if the area to the left of the chalk line is restricted, trucks will
completely block the through traffic on the service road that is one way
through the 90 Middlefield parking lot, is the only way to access the
parking for my residence parking located off the service road, and will not
allow the trucks to line up correctly to the dock.

Lauri Hart
111 Baywood Ave

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Received on Fri May 11 2018 - 10:26:53 PDT

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