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RE: For Oct 8 Study Session: 1704 ECR Project

From: domainremoved <Dave>
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2018 18:28:43 -0700

Glenna and everyone involved,


Great work. No stone left unturned. Well written. Well organized.




From: Glenna Patton [mailto:glenna.patton_at_(domainremoved)
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2018 12:26 PM
To: Sandmeier, Corinna D <cdsandmeier_at_(domainremoved)
Cc: planning.commission_at_(domainremoved)
Subject: For Oct 8 Study Session: 1704 ECR Project


Hi Corinna,


On behalf of the greater Park Forest area neighborhood (“Park Forest Plus”), we’re submitting the attached three (3) documents that we’d like to be made available to the Planning Commissioners as part of the information packet for the October 8th Study Session on the 1704 ECR development.


The documents include:

1) A letter stating the neighborhood’s opposition to current plans

2) A timeline of the neighborhood’s engagement with the developer and City of Menlo Park

3) Documentation of key correspondence related to the items in the timeline


Collectively, these materials demonstrate our unified position against the latest 1704 ECR plans, which changed so significantly in May, they represent an entirely new proposal. The abrupt new direction also disregards and undermines our neighborhood’s good faith efforts over the past two years to engage with the developer and the City to create a solution that works for all parties.


We appreciate the opportunity for our voices to be heard on October 8th and look forward to a productive discussion of our issues.


Best Regards,


Susan Neville

Glenna Patton

Carol Diamond

Fred Rose

Mike Brady

Peter Carpenter

Eric Easom

Carol Boyden

Dave Forter

Margaret Race

Received on Tue Oct 02 2018 - 12:51:02 PDT

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