California condor – knows no borders and this migratory bird is my direct relative – I am of the condor tribe Mayo Sinaloa Mexico.
The winged, four legged, finned and creepy crawlers they are all our relatives.
The State of California Coastal Commission denied a permit at Banning Ranch because of our relative the Burrowing Owls take residence there – and at Tehono Ranch, it’s a protected species as is the bald eagle. This project is not affordable for them.
Affordable housing for whom?
Low and moderate incomes?
How will the county acquire a list to draw names for a lottery for this housing?
Is it like for like?
Homes for upper income to lower income will be provided the same granite marble counter tops? Washer and dryer? Parking? If it’s not in writing it doesn’t exist —
Do not approve this project as it further diminishes the lives of people in poverty.
I recommend you deny this permit and deny the project.
If it’s the big tax revenue you are all about then continue this process as the developers and investors wiggle in their seats with anticipation. Please order them to work with the community.
Jobs are temporary…. employees drive a great distance to work at projects as such.
We need to take more time to reduce this project significantly in size – reduce this in carbon footprint as our winged and four legged relatives require and are more than deserving to be honored, defended and protected.
When will developers and investors learn they can’t control nature and redirect it – no matter how well your plans are written?
I don’t believe their phasing – I don’t believe their future plans typically made of empty promises on paper – our lives are now ….
deny the project.
All our children are deserving of
Green paper money profits