Readers who have been following along with the Crestmont Project story would be interested to know that the Mt Sutro Woods Owners Association has filed a response to the Draft Environmental Impact Report.
[Click HERE for the back story; and HERE for the most recent developments. The name of the project was changed to San Francisco Overlook, but as far as we know, not much else was altered from the original plan. A developer wishes to build 34 housing units at the end of a long cul-de-sac on a steep slope accessible only by driving through Forest Knolls neighborhood.]
The report was filed by the law firm McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP. The bulletin below summarizes the issues and has a link to the full letter on the Crestmont Preservation website.
BULLETIN fromCrestmont-Mt.Sutro-Forest Knolls Neighborhood Preservation Coalition
Letter to Planning Department
Response to Draft EIR Update, 6-26-12
(The comment period to the Draft EIR ended June 19, 2012.)
Letter from McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP on behalf of Mt. Sutro Woods Owners Association (MSWOA):
“…we believe the DEIR is severely flawed in many respects and fails to meet minimum legal requirements as an informal document under CEQA. The DEIR needs to be supplemented with additional information, analysis and mitigation.”
The letter addresses the following issues:
- Geology & Soils
- Construction Impacts
- Parking & CC&Rs
- Violation of Arbitration Decision
The letter is posted on our web site www.crestmontpreservation.org
Direct link to letter (PDF file 2MB): Click HERE
STOP SF OVERLOOK t-shirts can be ordered HERE (on Zazzle).
We have also posted a link on http://crestmontpreservation.org.
Please display the poster in your window and urge your neighbors to also display the poster! If you need a poster, please call Sam Sobol, 415-640-3869 or email email@example.com.
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