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Mace curve should be preserved

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From page A6 | November 19, 2013 | 1 Comment

The following is a copy of a letter to Mayor Joe Krovoza:

I am writing you regarding the decision on the Mace curve conservation easement grant. I read with great concern that you, and the rest of the City Council, are considering allowing development of a business park on the land set aside to be preserved for no development. Frankly I was stunned. We taxpayers specifically voted for Measure O to pay for land like this to not be developed. We voted for it, we paid for it; we don’t want the City Council to change this decision.
This land is in a perfect location for all of us to enjoy it. It allows for a view all the way to the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains. It has been so good to know it will not be developed. It can just be used for farmland. We are constantly encroached by development; there comes a time to stop. This is that time, and the Mace curve is the right place.
We place our trust in you, and the rest of the City Council, to represent our wishes. Please do not betray that trust.

Gayna Lamb-Bang

Davis

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  • Alan MillerNovember 19, 2013 - 3:10 pm

    Because your letter addresses Krovoza, I believe it should be stated for the record that Krovoza was the one council member who vehemently opposed consideration of this parcel as a business park, citing that the public process to protect this parcel had already occurred, and opponents of preserving this had ample time then to raise their concerns and propose this as a viable business park site.

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