Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Public meeting on the Larkspur SMART station plan

A message from Larkspur Fights Back:

Thursday, May 22, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Hall Middle School gym, 200 Doherty Drive, Larkspur (map)
The Planning Commission will hold the first public hearing to review the Draft Larkspur SMART Station Area Plan EIR.

We want to remind you that the key meeting everyone must attend is this Thursday at 6:30 pm at Hall Middle School. There is parking at Piper Park too. It is the ONLY meeting the city is holding during the public comment period for the EIR. Take this opportunity to voice your concern about a flawed Environmental Impact report that does not call out the traffic, pollution, school, and water concerns. Please bring friends and family! Those who live nearby should walk because we expect the lots to fill up. Better yet, we would love to have you join a few dozen of us meeting at City Hall downtown at 5:45, wearing red, if you like, as our opposition color. We are embarking on a ‘mini March’ through downtown to raise awareness of the meeting and ending at Hall Middle School just a few short blocks away.

Planning for Reality on the Larkspur SMART Station Plan.

See also Marin Against Density

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At 8:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The picture on the bottom is of the Wincup development, not the Larkspur landing project.

At 10:47 AM, Blogger Rob Anderson said...

To "Wincup" is now a new verb for Marin communities in the smart[sic] growth battles now being fought there. They don't want that fiasco happening anywhere else in Marin.

At 2:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about the residents of the fiasco? I guess they don't count because anyone that would live in a fiasco is unworthy to have an opinion on it.

At 10:03 AM, Blogger Rob Anderson said...

What "residents" are you talking about? The Wincup development is still under construction, and the Larkspur landing development is still in the planning stage. This meeting is about the concerns of the present residents of Larkspur and Marin.

At 1:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Right, I mean the residents of the future fiasco. I was thinking of some kind of law that would grant them say, 3/5ths of the vote of non-fiasco residents. That would keep them from overly influencing the future direction of Marin by voting for more fiascoes.


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