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Re: Opposition to Fire Station 77 Expansion Project

From: Ianson, Rex <"Ianson,>
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2017 10:02:55 +0000

Kirsten,
As the Menlo Park City Council liaison, and Vice President, I would consider meeting with you at you convince. You pick time/ place, I'll be there.

Rexford Ianson

On Mar 22, 2017, at 18:27, Kirsten Keith <kkeith_at_(domainremoved)

Hi Peter,

Thank you for your email. I am happy to meet with you to discuss how the city can work with you and support a fire district expansion in Bellhaven.

I look forward to getting together with you to work toward a solution.

Best regards,

Kirsten

On Wed, Mar 22, 2017 at 5:54 PM Peter Carpenter <peterfcarpenter_at_(domainremoved)
Emily,

So the City screwed the Fire District by approving all the M2 expansion without making ANY provision for new PF sites for things like fire stations and libraries and will now use its zoning authority to impede the Fire District.

At least she is being honest.

Peter

Peter Carpenter
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peterfcarpenter_at_(domainremoved)


On Mar 22, 2017, at 5:46 PM, Kirsten Keith <kkeith_at_(domainremoved)

However, there are several areas where the City does have legal authority over land use decisions in this instance. Any expansion of Station 77 onto residential lots would require an amendment to the City's General Plan, rezoning the properties from residential R-1-U to public facility P-F, a conditional use permit, architectural control, and possibly acquisition of the parcel owned by the City that is currently leased to the District.
Received on Thu Mar 23 2017 - 03:05:35 PDT

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