This is a critical time for the San Francisco Overlook issue. (Backstory HERE and most recent information HERE.)
Here’s a bulletin from the Crestmont-Mt.Sutro-Forest Knolls Preservation Coalition:
Crestmont-Mt.Sutro-Forest Knolls Neighborhood Preservation Coalition
SF Overlook Development
Too large!!! Not safe!!! Help Stop or Downscale!!!
Working to Stop or Downscale S.F. Overlook Development
Update February 8, 2013
CRITICAL PHASE!!! NEIGHBORS UNITE!!!
The Planning Commission Hearing is scheduled for Thursday, March 7 and it’s time to mobilize! Any further development on this hillside, at the end of the City’s longest cul-de-sac, is fraught with risk and is wrong for our neighborhood. But if construction proves to be inevitable, instead of the proposed 34 unit development, our goal is to get this project downscaled to a smaller number of single family homes as proposed in Alternative B in the EIR (p. 274).
Please mark your calendars and plan to attend two important neighborhood meetings as well as the critical Planning Commission hearing.
- Wednesday, February 13 at 7 PM – S.F. Overlook Developer Forum. Location: Midtown Terrace Community Room, 280 Olympia Way (at Clarendon Ave.) Hear the developer’s proposals and express your concerns.
- Tuesday, February 19, 7-9 PM – All Forest Knolls and Crestmont neighbors are invited to a get-together to discuss issues and strategy for the Planning Commission Hearing. Hosted by Reed Minuth and Megin Scully, 485 Crestmont Drive. RSVP Jeffrey Eade, email@example.com, 415-606-4414.
- Thursday, March 7, 12 Noon – Planning Commission Hearing, Room 400, City Hall. Everyone opposed to this project is urged to attend the hearing! Those who wish to speak will have 3 minutes to present their arguments against this massive 34 unit development which threatens our neighborhood. ATTENDANCE IS IMPORTANT! Additional information and flyer posted on http://crestmontpreservation.org
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Working to preserve our neighborhood