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Defeat of Measure M does not mean status quo

From: domainremoved <Rusty>
Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2014 18:39:39 -0800

Dear City Council,

In the election yesterday, I voted against Measure M. My vote was not an endorsement of the planned projects on El Camino or of the City Councilís response to voter concern about the projects. I share the concerns of the proponents of Measure M, but I voted against Measure M because it is the wrong tool to address those concerns.

The City Council is the right forum to address concerns with the specific plan. I encourage you to take action now by amending the specific plan to reduce the project size threshold for triggering public benefit requirements.

I also would like to see you negotiate with both Stanford and Greenheart to build less office space, in order to have a balanced project more aligned with what was envisioned in the multi-year planning process.

Rusty Gaillard
451 Claremont Way
Received on Wed Nov 05 2014 - 18:34:37 PST

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